When is the Village's Leaf Removal Program?

The Village removes leaves from residential streets beginning in mid-October, through the end of November. Leaf removal begins as early as 7:00 am and may continue into the evening. In early October, an informational postcard will be mailed to residents explaining the leaf removal program and schedule. Residents may also receive information on the program by clicking on the “Stay Informed” icon on the Village website and registering to receive New Flashes 


Only leaves should be raked into the gutter. Other landscaping materials such as plants, grass, branches or pumpkins should not be raked into the street. Residents parking on residential streets should exercise caution during this time as hot automobiles can easily ignite large piles of leaves. Residents on Wolf Road only should rake leaves into a single pile on the parkway for collection and not into the street. 


During the removal process, residents can call the Leaf Hotline, 708-246-1800, ext. 305, for daily schedule updates. 

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1. Who is responsible for the water and sewer services?
2. When is the Village's Leaf Removal Program?
3. What are the parking restrictions during snow removal?
4. How can I get a load of mulch?
5. What are the guidelines for memorial ribbons on parkway trees?
6. What do I have to do to have a Block Party?
7. When is hydrant flushing conducted?
8. Does the Village pick up branches?
9. What do I do if my sewer backs up into my home?
10. My street light is not working. Who do I contact?
11. I would like a new tree on my parkway. Who do I contact?
12. How do I report a water main break?
13. Are there watering restrictions during the summer months?
14. Does the Village have a cost-sharing program for sidewalk replacement?
15. I have damaged curb in front of my home, can the Village replace it?
16. The tree in my parkway has an "X" on it. What does this mean?
17. How are the trees in the parkway trimmed?
18. ComED is trimming trees in my area, what does that mean?
19. I would like a new tree on my parkway. Who do I contact?