Fall Clean-Up Program Underway in Cuyahoga Falls

Here's everything you need to know about the 2013 Cuyahoga Falls fall clean-up.

2013 Cuyahoga Falls fall clean-up program. PATCH FILE PHOTO
2013 Cuyahoga Falls fall clean-up program. PATCH FILE PHOTO
The following fall clean-up information was provided by Cuyahoga Falls Service Director Valerie Wax Carr:

Fall clean-up for all City of Cuyahoga Falls Sanitation customers will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 3 (running through Saturday, Sept. 7 for the first week) and continue again on Monday, Sept. 9 through Friday, Sept. 13.  

Please place all fall clean-Up refuse at the curb on your regular pickup day by 7 a.m. for collection, along with your regular refuse and recyclables.

There will be no additional charges for extra trash on your regular pickup day during fall clean-up.

Branches (less than 2 inches in diameter) and cuttings must be tied securely at both ends with heavy twine or rope in bundles not to exceed 5 feet in length and 24 inches in girth. Limit 5 bundles a week. 

Yard waste

All yard waste (grass clippings, garden waste, leaves, etc.) placed at the curbside must be in special yard waste bags.  Brush and yard waste are collected separately.

Do not exceed 45 pounds per bag or bundled brush. Do not place dirt or mulch in yard bags.  Yard bags must be placed on your curb by 7 am on your pickup day.

Unacceptable material

Any waste not contained in a plastic bag or paper bag or box, yard waste not placed in special paper yard waste bags, unbundled brush, tree trunks, logs or large parts of trees, demolition material, construction material, stone, rock, broken or whole bricks or cement, gravel, cinders, ashes, dirt, mulch, asphalt, earth, vehicle parts or tires, motor oil, lead-acid batteries, gasoline tanks, propane tanks, pet feces that is not double bagged, or carpet that is not rolled (5’ x 2’) and secured at both ends. 


If residents have concerns, they may telephone the Sanitation Department directly at 330-971-8010.


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