Each fall, the City assists residents with their leaf removal through a bulk leaf pickup program. The Bulk Leaf Program began the week of Oct. 25. The goal of the bulk leaf program is to help residents by removing the majority of their leaves raked out to the curb, which then allows the resident to use the weekly trash collection service to dispose of residual leaves. Leaf pick-up typically begins at the end of October to allow crews to cover all 36 square miles by early December, since trucks and equipment must then be switched over to snow and ice duty. A brochure is mailed to every Livonia residence in mid-October with program details. The Bulk Leaf Pickup flyer can be found on our Department of Public Works webpage. You can also see a map of the completed sections.
Leaves ONLY - no grass or twigs
Don’t use plastic bags. Don’t rake leaves into ditches. Allow space between the curb and the leaves to allow for storm drainage.
ALL SCHEDULES ARE TENTATIVE.
- Look for red scheduling signs posted 3-6 days prior to the scheduled pickup.
- Leaf pickup begins at 7 a.m. each day.
- Vehicles parked in the street must be moved during the collection week.