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Fall is finally here

Richmond, Va. (WTVR) – On Monday, the city is starting its first vacuum leaf collection program. Residents are asked to rake leaves to their property lines. Different neighborhoods are asked to rake their leaves at different times.

If you bag your leaves, city crews will come by to pick them up with the trash.

There are also a few locations where residents can drop off their leaves. Please see the information below for drop off locations and collection dates.

 The schedule is as follows:

• Worthington Farms November 12 – 16

• Northside/Highland Park November 12 – 23

• Bellevue/Ginter Park/Washington Park November 12 – 30

• Bellemeade November 19 – 23

• Westover Gardens November 19 – 30

• Newtowne/Carver/Jackson Ward November 26 – 30

• Broad Rock/Brookbury November 26 – December 7

• The Fan/Shaffer December 3 – 7

• Westover Hills/Forest Hill/Woodland Heights December 3 – 14

• Museum District December 10 – 14

• Church Hill/Fulton December 10 – 21

• Stony Point December 10 – 21

• Windsor Farm/Univ. of Richmond/Far West End December 17 – January 4

• Maymont/Byrd Park/Oregon Hill/Carillon December 24 – 28

• Stratford Hills/Willow Oaks December 24 – January 4

Residents should note the above schedule may change.

Also, residents can also drop off debris and leaves at the Road Convenience Center located at 3800 East Richmond Road, the Maury Street Landfill located at 2900 Maury Street, and the Powerline located at 8600 Huguenot Road at the northwest corner of Chippenham Parkway.