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Leaf Collection Program

Each fall the City of Northville collects leaves, which residents have raked into the street gutter.  This is the only time during the year that residents are allowed to deposit material into the street.  This popular program begins in late October and is completed in mid December.

2015 Leaf Collection Schedule

  • DPW Crews will make two passes through your neighborhood this Fall.
  • To prevent drainage and possible flooding problems, do not rake leaves into the street until the week prior to pickup.
  • Leaves may also be placed in brown bags or “compost cans” and will be picked up every trash day until December 1st. We cannot accept leaves in plastic bags.
  • Compost pick-up ends December 1st
  • Please no branches, brush, garden waste, grass clippings or trash.

Leaf Collection MapArea A
Rake leaves into street before 7:00am on:
October 26th and November 23rd

Area B
Rake leaves into street before 7:00am on:
November 2nd and November 30th

Area C
Rake leaves into street before 7:00am on:
November 9th and December 7th




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 The City of Northville, Northville DDA, Northville Parks and Recreation Department, City of Novi, Charter Township of Northville, Hines Park (Wayne County Parks) and Maybury Park (Michigan Department of Natural Resources) collaboratively embarked on the development of a physical connection between Hines and Maybury called “The Link”.

Developing a comprehensive bicycle and pedestrian wayfinding program to assist users in navigating “The Link” was paramount. An informative and visible signage system for the existing connection was developed and set a precedent for growth of a signed network in the area as routes are identified. Click here for a map and more information about “The Link”.

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