News By Category: Yard Waste
Golden Valley’s recycling program includes a three-week curbside brush pick-up in May. The annual brush pick-up gives homeowners the opportunity to place tree limbs and brush at their curbs for collection and disposal.
Every spring after the snow melts, trash and other waste is often left on sidewalks and in streets and parks. City crews and volunteers do a great job keeping our parks and public areas picked up, and we encourage residents to help out if they see a need.
Golden Valley’s annual residential Spring Brush Pick-Up, running from April 30 to May 18, gives residents the opportunity to place tree limbs and brush at their curb for collection and disposal.
The Nov 9 issue of the New Hope/Golden Valley SunPost incorrectly lists Friday, Nov 10 as Leaf Drop-Off day at Brookview Park. The only Leaf Drop-Off day will be Saturday, Nov 11, 7 am-1 pm.
This year’s Fall Leaf Drop Off recycling program will be held on Oct 28, Nov 3, Nov 4, and Nov 11. The annual event provides residents a monitored site to dispose of their leaves at no charge.
Spring is a great time to remove garlic mustard. The plant is a fast-growing herb that forces out native wildflowers, tree seedlings, and other woodland plants. It grows so aggressively it can completely overtake a woodland within five to seven years. But it’s not all bad. Garlic mustard can be used to make a variety of tasty dishes.
Golden Valley’s annual fall leaf drop-off provides residents a monitored site to dispose of their leaves at no charge. Remaining dates for this year’s drop-off are: Fri, Nov 4, 8 am – 3 pm, Sat, Nov 5, 8 am – 1 pm, and Sat, Nov 12, 7 am – 1 pm.