Today's Update - Nov. 12-14
Due to the early arrival of snow and freezing temperatures, the City's curbside leaf program has been temporarily suspended for Tuesday through Thursday, Nov. 12-14. Frozen, snow-covered leaves tend to jam up the vacuum equipment on the trucks and has slowed progress to date.
Kramer Tree Specialists, the City's contractor, is hoping to resume operations Friday, Nov. 15 and continue working into Saturday, Nov. 16, weather permitting. Residents are encouraged to have their leaf piles accessible and unobstructed by vehicles to help crews move more efficiently.
When collection does restart, crews will be finishing up the first pickup in Zone A (east side) and continuing the second round in Zones B & C (west side) this week. Stay tuned to the City's website for additional updates in the coming days and follow the program's progress map on this page.
Even with the unexpected weather delays, the City of Geneva is committed to providing residents with three curbside leaf collection cycles. We appreciate the public's patience and understanding as we push through what Mother Nature has dished out to complete the program.
The curbside leaf collection schedule is subject to change due to weather conditions or unexpected equipment issues. Please refer to the Leaf Collection Progress Map for the latest updates and other links on this page for full program details.
Learn how about how to properly dispose of your leaves and collection dates for your area.
Due to snow and inclement weather, the program has fallen behind schedule this year. Please note, the dates listed on the map are start dates, and each zone takes several days to complete.
The map details what neighborhoods have been picked up to date and what work remains to be done. Updated weekdays during collection season.