Kenilworth Grass Pickup to Start Thursday


KENILWORTH, NJ- Grass clippings will be picked up every Thursday in Kenilworth starting April 5 and continuing until the end of October.

The Department of Public Works asks that all grass clippings be placed in a covered, 32-gallon receptacle. Grass placed in bags will not be picked up.

“Do not mix any brush (branches, tree parts) with grass,” the DPW information guide reads. “It will be left until separated.”

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The DPW asks that all grass clippings be placed curbside by 5 p.m. on Wednesday. Pickup schedules may vary due to weather or other circumstances.

More information can be found on the Kenilworth Borough website.

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