The Office of Mayor Duane Parry is informing residents of Michigan City about the fall leaf pickup schedule.
Mayor Parry’s Office gave the following information:
The Michigan City Street Department will begin fall leaf pickup on Monday, November 13th, 2003
If residents would like weekly pickups of their leaves, they may use compost/yard waste bags (no plastic bags) available from area merchants (NO TOTERS PLEASE!). Leaves in paper yard bags or 32-gallon trash cans should be placed in the front of property, and will be picked up, by the Refuse Department with regular compost day until the week ending November 17, 2023.
The Street Department request that residents cooperate by following these simple rules:
No plastic bags are to be used; however, you may use compost yard waste bags or 32- gallon containers.
Branches, rocks, and other debris must be kept out of the leaf piles.
Leaf piles should be loose in large piles in front of the property as close to the curb as possible, but away from the sewer drains, utility equipment and fire hydrants.
Please keep animal waste out of piles.
NO GARBAGE TOTERS PLEASE!
Leaves will not be picked up in alleys.
The Street Department will be working on Saturdays in all areas as needed, taking off for Thanksgiving and working the following Friday November 24th
AREA #1 November 13th thru November 17th / December 4th thru December 8th
Area 1 is marked by Franklin Street on the west, Michigan Boulevard and Roeske Avenue on the east and Kieffer Road on the south.
AREA #2 November 20th, 21st, 22nd, 24th / December 11th thru December 15th
Area 2 is marked by Lake Shore Drive and U.S. 12 and Shoreland Drive on the north, Michigan Boulevard on the south and Meer Road on the east.
AREA #3 November 27th thru December 1st / December 18th thru December 22nd
Area 3 is marked by County Line Road on the west, Franklin Street on the east, Kieffer Road on the south and Lake Michigan on the north.
Residents with questions can call the Michigan City Street Department at (219) 873-1500.