Tiffin leaf collection begins Oct. 18
Tiffin, Ohio — Leaf bag collection for Tiffin residents begins on Monday, Oct. 18., according to the city public works superintendent.
Superintendent Brandon Burner says this program is expected to last through Friday, Nov. 19, 2021.
Public works personnel will only pick up leaves contained in clear city leaf bags, available at many area grocery and convenience stores.
Leaves must be placed at the curb by 7 a.m. according to the schedule below.
The weekly schedule for pickup is broken down by quadrants:
- Monday: East of Washington St. and north of Market St. (northeast quadrant)
- Tuesday: West of Washington St. and north of Market St. (northwest quadrant)
- Wednesday: West of Washington St. and south of Market St. (southwest quadrant)
- Thursday: East of Washington St. and south of Market St. (southeast quadrant)
The public is asked to consider the public works team members when filling leaf bags by avoiding excessively heavy bags and non-leaf material.
Residents are also reminded that they may take leaves to the Water Pollution Control Center, 961 N. Water St., seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. This option is great for those who want to skip the bags or complete the work on their own timeline.
For any questions, call the public works department at (419) 448-5430.
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