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Second round of leaf pickup scheduled

Town of Culpeper residents who missed the first round of loose leaf pickup by the town have another opportunity.

The Town of Culpeper will perform a second cycle of loose leaf vacuuming beginning Monday.

There are some guidelines to insure your leaves get picked up.

The leaves should be placed in piles at the edge of the street and not in bags. They should also be away from parked vehicles. Be careful not to block the street, ditches or storm drains.
Piles must consist only of leaves – no bottles, cans, rocks, sticks, brush or other debris may be included with the leaves.

If you have only a small amount of leaves, you may include them with your regular garbage for pickup.

The schedule is as follows: South end (Route 3, Route 15, Route 29 South, Country Club, hospital, Broad Street and Oaklawn areas) Dec. 3 and 4; Old town (Mountain Run Bridge to Route 3 and 29 South including East, West and Blue Ridge streets) Dec. 5; West End (Route 522 bridge to town limits, includes Lakeview, Redwood and Lesco areas) Dec. 6 and 7 and North End (Route229, Route 29 North, Old Rixeyville Road including Belle Parc, Mosby Meadows and Hiden Fields areas) Dec. 10 and 11.

If you have any questions call the Public Works department at: 825-0285.
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