Municipality of Leamington Leaf/Yard Waste Collection Information 2022

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Residential fall yard waste/leaf collection begins November 3, 2022, and will end November 30, 2022. Residents must place their leaves in an acceptable yard waste container (plastic bags will not be accepted).

Leamington residents who live in the urban sector may:

  • bag leaves for pick-up on your regular yard waste collection date; or
  • rake fallen leaves onto the grass boulevard adjacent to the curb in front of your property for pick-up (Note: yard waste collection ends the last week in November)

The Municipality will be picking up leaves from the boulevards during the month of November as follows:

All streets north of Talbot (including Talbot): November 3, 4, 17, 18,

All streets between Talbot and Oak (including Oak): November 8, 9, 10, 23, 24, 25

All streets south of Oak, including Wilhelm Subdivision, Sandy Lakes Subdivision, Erie View and Robson Road: November 14, 15, 16, 28, 29, 30

Leamington residents who live along County Road 20 and Adjacent Subdivisions:

The Municipality will be collecting leaves on the following streets Monday, November 21, 2022, and Tuesday, November 22, 2022:

Longbeach Road, Lombardy Lane, Beth Crescent, Paglione Avenue, Lathrop Lane, Kenneth Drive, Oakwoods Drive, Branton Drive, James Court, Mark Crescent,  Bayshore Drive,  Lyon Avenue, Helen Crescent, Grandview Crescent
Fisher Crescent and West Park Lane.

Residents are encouraged to rake leaves to the edge of the roadway to be collected by a vacuum machine. The vacuum machine will not take bagged leaves or branches and vines. Bagged leaves will be picked up on your regular yard waste collection day by GFL Environmental. Please note there is a four-bag limit per household.

Beginning Monday, November 21, 2022, residents along County Road 20, with deep front yards are encouraged to rake leaves to the edge of their driveway or pile leaves in a central area not to exceed half the distance of the depth of the front yard. Residents must call the Leamington Municipal Office at 519-326-5761 to request leaf collection pickup.

Residents along County Road 20 with short front yards are encouraged to rake leaves up to the edge of the asphalt path. Paper bags/containers, tied branches and vines are to be set at the curb to be picked up on their regular yard waste collection day.

Do not sweep leaves from your property onto the street, this is unlawful and dangerous.