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2017 Loose Leaf Program
Zone One: Kingsbury to Sunnyside
Update as of 11.1.17: One pass through Zone One has been complete with the exception of Sunnyside Rd., Maple Ave., Alplaus Ave., Route 50 and Freemans Bridge Rd.

Zone Two: Bancker to Scotchbush
Update as of 11.1.17: One pass from Bancker to Hadel has been complete. Crews are working Hadel area up

Zone Three: Charlton-Droms-Swaggertown-Spring-Vley areas; West Glen


2017 FALL LEAF PROGRAM TO BEGIN:
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17TH   

Zone One = Entire right side of Route 50 heading south, Paradowski area, Sutherland area, Willowbrook Park, Helen Estates, Woodhaven, Alplaus, Sunnyside Gardens
Zone Two = Cross Route 50 heading north, Heritage Hills, Oak Ridge Garden, Return Development, Horstman area, Marion Knolls, Indian Hills, Willow Glen, Harlau Gardens, VanBuren Estates, Forest Hills, Woodruff Heights, Heckeler Estates, Bonnyview Manor, Wheeler Estates, The Meadows, The Pastures and Scotchbush area.
Zone Three = Schlensker, Oakridge, Onderdonk, Seth, Country fair, Cardinal Valley Estates, Spring Valley Estates, Lolik, Maura, Glen Oaks, Vley Rd area, Larrabee, Alflo, VanBuren Ln, West Glen (below Route 5)    

Please keep the following in mind while placing your leaves out for pick up:
Please refrain from placing loose leaf piles on the blacktop as it creates narrow roadways and if leaves are wet, slippery conditions. These are dangerous conditions for motorists and pedestrians.
We ask that leaf piles be no wider than 5ft. so the hose can reach. Anything wider will slow the process down
No other debris such as branches, sticks or stones can be mixed into the leaf piles. These items create costly damages to the leaf machines.

We will do our best to complete two passes through town as weather permits us to. We have 186.32 lane miles of town road, 119.54 lane miles of county roads and a few state roads to pick leaves from. This program is a huge task that grows every year as the trees grow.

As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office at 518-688-1240.
Thank you, Tom Coppola, Highway Supt/Commissioner