Plymouth and Whitemarsh townships are wrapping up their final fall leaf collections for 2012.
Whitemarsh will be holding its last fall leaf collection date on Monday, Dec. 17, Township Supervisors said Thursday night. Between Friday and Monday, each street will have at least one more pick-up, the Supervisors said.
Residents are asked to pile their leaves onto curbs by 6:30 a.m. for the Public Works department to collect. Residents should NOT place them in trash bags.
Plymouth Township has already finished its leaf collection schedule, but there will be a leaf truck canvassing the township for the next two weeks picking up random piles, says Director of Public Works Christopher Loschiavo. However, the township cannot guarantee all piles will be picked up because there are no scheduled times.
If the weather changes and snow is imminent, leaf collections will be immediately dropped in order to fit the truck for snow and ice removal.
Leaves will still be collected every Wednesday as part of regular yard waste collection, as long as they are placed in biodegradable paper leaf bags.
Patch called Conshohocken Borough and was instructed to consult with the Borough's website, but the page containing 2012 leaf collection information was unavailable. A call to the Public Works department was not immediately returned.