(Kansas City, Mo.) – Many of Kansas City’s trees are now bare, which means it’s time to bag those fallen leaves. Doing so helps keep storm drains clean and prevent street flooding.
Monday, November 28th begins the second round of leaf and brush pickup. Customers are asked to collect their lawn debris in paper bags and set them by the curb by 7:00 a.m. on their regularly-scheduled trash day.
Here is the Fall 2016 schedule:
- For customers who live in NORTH Kansas City (from the Missouri River, north to the city limit)
- 1st collection: week of November 14th
- 2nd collection: week of December 12th
- For customers who live in SOUTH Kansas City (from 63rd Street, south to the city limit, as well as all residents who live east of Blue Ridge Cutoff)
- 1st collection: week of October 24th
- 2nd collection: week of November 28th
- For customers who live in CENTRAL Kansas City (from the Missouri River, south to 63rd Street, but not including customers residents who live east of Blue Ridge Cutoff)
- 1st collection: week of October 31st
- 2nd collection: week of December 5th
Curbside Leaf and Brush Collection Rules:
- Sacks and bundles should be placed at the curb by 7:00 a.m. on the regularly-scheduled trash day.
- No more than 20 sacks and bundles per household.
- Sacks and bundles must not weigh more than 40 pounds each.
- Use only paper lawn debris sacks. No plastic bags.
- If you seal the sacks, use masking tape only; do not use plastic or duct tape.
- No grass clippings. No trash.
- All branches must be bundled. Branches must not be more than 3 inches in diameter.
- Bundles of branches must not be more than 2 feet in diameter and not more than 4 feet long.
- Use twine or jute rope to tie bundles; do not use wire or plastic tape.
- If wet weather is forecast, cover sacks and bundles with clear plastic.
If sacks and bundles are not collected on the scheduled trash day, residents must call the 311 Call Center within 24 hours. For questions or to report service-related issues, please call 311 or 816.513.1313.
More information about curbside leaf and brush collection, including a collection region map, can be found HERE.
For more information, please contact Brooke Givens, Media Relations Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 816.513.0284.
KC Water maintains and operates water treatment and distribution systems, stormwater management systems, and wastewater collection and treatment systems for residential and business customers in Kansas City and for wholesale customers in the Kansas City area. KC Water is primarily funded by fees charged to customers based on their use or impacts on the three utility systems.