The Vincennes Mayor’s Office has announced this year’s Fall leaf pick up schedule.
Annually, the Vincennes Street and Sanitation department will collect leaves left in piles on the roadside. As a reminder, piles with sticks and limbs mixed in will not be picked up.
Leaf pick up will take place from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday beginning tomorrow (Nov. 13th).
The first round of leaf pick up will be in the area of Willow St. to Main St. from South 2nd St. to South 18th St.. Including Bunker Hill area, Four Lakes area, and Eastgate area. The city has defined the Eastgate area as Bruceville and Wheatland roads and Old U.S. 50 within the city limits.
During the week of November 19th, crews will pick up leaves along Main St. to Hart St. from 1st St. to Felt King Rd. including the Memering Yates area, Weed Lane, Burnett Heights and the Forrest Hills area.
No leaf pick up will take place on November 22nd or 23rd in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Pick up will resume on the week of November 26th in the area of 1st St. to Kimmell Rd. from Hart St. to St. Clair, and Jackson Heights and Wolf Hollow area.
The final round of leaf pick up will take place the week of December 3rd in the area of St. Clair Ave. to Niblack Blvd. from Oliphant Dr. to the Wheeler Rd. area.
Subsequently, the city’s collection site on Old Terre Haute Road will be open 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday for residents to dump their own yard debris, leaves, and limbs.