Leaf Collection Updates
2019 Leaf Collection Map - Track the Trucks!
Check out the map below for an update on collection crews' progress.
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Areas in orange are in progress. Areas in green have been completed.
2020 Leaf Collection News
Curbside leaf collection within the City of Midland is complete. No leaves are allowed in the street.
The Landfill will accept yard waste year round. Midland County residents may dispose of up to three cubic yards of refuse, demolition debris, scrap metal, or yard waste once per month.
Please read the following for information about how the collection process works.
Fall leaf collection from the street will be announced when there is a significant leaf fall throughout the City. A collection schedule using the Heavy Item and Brush Collection areas A, B, C, and D is used to determine the collection areas for the leaf crews. Leaf collection will begin in area B then proceed to areas C, D, and A. Residents can rake leaves to the street in front of their home until final curbside collection has been completed for the season in their area. Raking leaves to the street sooner will not start bulk curbside collection earlier.
Residents can track the progress of leaf collection crews by the updates below, calling the Leaf Collection hotline at 989-837-3405, or watching the MGTV-188 message board (AT&T U-Verse subscribers can watch the MCTV Network through Channel 99).
FALL FREE begins the first Monday in October (October 5, 2020) through the remainder of the yard waste collection season. During this free period, 40-cent per bag stickers and the annual yard waste bin stickers are not required. Crews will begin collection from the street when there has been a significant leaf fall throughout the City. Raking leaves to the street will not start the bulk curbside collection any earlier. Yard waste bags and bins are collected on your weekly refuse day.
|Posting Date||Collection Update|
|April 9, 2020||The start of spring free yard waste collection will begin Monday, April 13th through Friday, May 15th. Stickers on all bins and compost bags are required beginning Monday, May 18th.
Due to Governor Gretchen Whitmer's Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order 2020-21. The City of Midland has closed all City Buildings and facilities and suspended all non-essential services through Thursday, April 30th
|March 9, 2020||2020 yard waste bin sticker renewals have been mailed. No yard waste will be collected until the first Monday in April - April 6th. Spring free begins April 6th - no stickers are required on blue yard waste bin or on paper compost bags until Monday, May 4th.|
|Jan.6, 2020||Weekly yard waste collection from the curb in yard waste bins and compost bags ended January 3, 2020. Yard waste can no longer be taken curbside or as part of your weekly refuse collection. No leaves are allowed in the street. If you have yard waste, the Landfill accepts yard waste year round. Midland County residents may dispose of up to three cubic yards once a month at no charge. Spring Free yard waste collection for yard waste bins and compost bags will begin April 6, 2020|