The city of Clinton’s Public Works Department has announced that the 2019 Leaf Collection will begin the week of October 21st.
Clinton is zoned into four service areas, with each area receiving three leaf collections. The collection dates are approximately one month apart. In order for collections to be made, leaves must be at the curbside before the scheduled Monday collection date. Leaves should normally be collected within four days of the date shown.
In past years city officials say they
have had problems with leaves being placed in the street, on
sidewalks, and in drainage ditches. Your leaves should be piled near
the curb or ditch line, on your property, and no closer. When leaves
are placed in the street and in ditches, rain carries them into our
storm water drains and catch basins, adding to drainage and flooding
problems. Leaves placed in the street obstruct traffic, and leaves
placed on sidewalks create a hazard for pedestrians. Leaves may be
bagged and left at the curbside for collection on the scheduled
It is a violation of Clinton City Ordinances 16-106 and 16-107 to place leaves in the street or in
Also, please do not combine brush with leaves, as our equipment will not be able to collect them from the same pile.
If you desire to have leaves removed on dates other than what is shown on the schedule, you should bag them and place them at the curbside with your household garbage for Waste Connections to collect. Waste Connections will collect a total of the equivalent of four 32 gallon containers from each household, whether leaves, household trash, or a combination.
For more information, email Public Works Director Dwayne Wilkerson at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://clintontn.net/leafletter.htm, where you can find a link to the full schedule for leaf collections in the city.