Residential leaf collection will run through mid December

The city of Grove City residential leaf collection is Oct. 17 through Dec. 16. The city is divided into four areas, each assigned two collection weeks and crews service each street once during the designated week(s).

Rake leaves to the curb by 7 a.m., Monday of the assigned collection week. Place leaves only in the grassy area between the street and sidewalk or to the edge of the lawn for areas without a sidewalk.

Do not block storm sewers with leaves placed in the street. Do not park vehicles in front or on top of leaves 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., so workers can maneuver leaf collection machinery.

Collection is limited to leaves only as equipment is damaged by branches, twigs, rocks and other debris.

Place leaves in yard waste bags/containers, year-round as part of regular trash pickup.

Leaf piles do not kill grass but may lead to temporary discoloration. Rake leaves a day or two prior to your collection week to prevent grass discoloration and raked leaf piles from blowing.

For more information, visit or call the Grove City Service Department at 614-277-1100.

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