WESTFIELD, NJ — Wondering when you’ll see the last of the leaves in Westfield’s streets? The Department of Public Works is still collecting them and, according to the town, as of Tuesday morning crews are working in Zone 4 and Zone 10. (To see which zone you're in, click here.)
The town is currently finishing its second pass, and there will be a third pass followed by a street sweeper, according to Councilman Mark LoGrippo. It's no small job.
“There are over 100 miles of road in Westfield and our town has the most trees in Union County,” he noted.
Once leaf collection has ended, residents may still bring their leaves to the Conservation Center, 1300 Lamberts Mill Road, for disposal. You don’t need a permit to do so during leaf season, from Oct. 14 to Dec. 19, but you must show proof of residency.
For the latest updates on leaf collection progress and for more information, visit the town’s website at www.WestfieldNJ.gov