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Free curbside leaf pick-up for residents in Town limits is underway. Residents may put leaves in recyclable, paper bags behind the curb edge to take advantage of this free Town service. The bag should be closed securely and light enough for one person to lift. Residents should not use plastic bags. Sticks, limbs, shrubs, grass clippings, dirt, trash, or other items should not be bagged with the leaves.

It is recommended that bags be along the curb by 7 a.m. on the neighborhood’s scheduled pickup day. If the crew doesn't make your pickup by 3 p.m. leave bags out at the curb for pickup the following day. No call is necessary to request collection; the crew collects according to the following schedule:
 
ROUTE 1:  Weeks of Nov. 4 and 18
Monday:
 
Hollaway Pointe, Hollaway Ridge, Hollaway Corner, Northridge, Fountains of Northridge, Arbors of Northridge, Northridge Estates, and Mardale Estates, Arbor Springs, Summer Ridge and Autumn Glen
Tuesday:  Windridge Landing, Oaks of Windridge, Winding Creek, Green Street Village, Whittington Estates, Lake Ridge and Hession Fields
Wednesday:  Murphy Meadows and Austin Meadows
 
ROUTE 2:  Weeks of Nov. 12 (no pickup Veterans Day) and 25
Monday:
 
Holiday Lane, Prairie Village, Chadwick Square, Cedar Run, Cedar Run Lakes and Sugar Bush Farms
Tuesday:  Willow Springs, Sunny Knoll, Hartford Park, The Hideaway, Hunters Cove, Thornburg, Bersot Crossing, Fox Chase and Heritage Hills
Wednesday:  Ashwood, Hornaday Heights, Ironwood Estates, Brownswood, Country Walk, Fairfield Heights, Meadowchase, Lincoln Pointe, Beacon Pointe, Holiday Pines, Creekside Commons, Wynne Farms and Maple Grove
 
When a holiday falls on Monday, the route will begin on Tuesday.   SEE THE ROUTE MAP>>

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The Hendricks County Solid Waste Management District promotes recycling, waste reduction and responsible waste management within Hendricks County. The District operates Yard Waste Recycling Centers and Recycling Drop-off Centers in the county and encourages Hendricks County residents to use the facilities. In addition, the District sponsors five Tox-Away Days each year to provide residents an opportunity to properly dispose of their Household Hazardous Wastes and problem wastes. Visit the District's website links below for more information on its programs. Call 317-858-6070 for more information.

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