News By Category: Yard Waste
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.
Golden Valley’s annual fall leaf drop-off provides residents a monitored site to dispose of their leaves at no charge during the last weekend in October and the first weekends in November.