Fall leaf pickup will start Monday in the City of Knox. “The first few, two to three weeks, they just do the whole city, as needed,” Mayor Dennis Estok told the city council Tuesday. “When the leaves really start coming down, then they go by districts.”
The City of Knox will continue leaf pickup into December as weather allows, and has announced a schedule for the remaining passes.
Leaves will be picked up in Precinct 1 on Mondays, Precinct 2 on Tuesdays, Precinct 3 on Wednesdays and Precinct 4 on Thursdays. Friday will be a catch-up day as time allows. Continue reading
Fall leaf pickup for the city of Knox will begin on Monday. Residents are asked to place leaves in front of their residence on the curb on the street in a long row. Do not place them in the alley, and do not bag them, as garbage collectors will not pick up leaves. Also keep trash out of leaf piles so they can be vacuumed. Continue reading
The City of Knox has announced that fall leaf pickup has ended for the year. If residents still have leaves to get rid of, they can bring them to the city compost site at any time. Continue reading
The City of Knox is still picking up leaves as resources allow. Mayor Rick Chambers says they will continue to do so until it snows. Leaves should be placed in a long row along the side of the street in front of homes so they can be vacuumed up easily. Don’t place them in alleys, and do not bag them. Branches and limbs should be separated so they can also be collected. Continue reading