What do I do with Leaf and Yard Debris?

The City of Danbury provides curbside pick-up for yard debris during the spring and the autumn months. The program runs for six weeks and alternates between zip codes for each week. Residents should place their leaves in paper bags that are not taped and place them curbside for pick-up. Other yard debris such as grass clippings or sod, as well as any rocks or pressure-treated lumber will not be picked up. If your bags have been sitting on the curb during the weeks allocated and have not been picked up, please contact 311 in order to notify us. If you wish to dispose of yard debris at times when we are not performing curbside pick-up, you can bring your debris to Ferris Mulch on Plumtrees Road.

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1. Can I pick up sand at the City Garage?
2. How does Drain Replacement work?
3. How do I dispose of Household Garbage?
4. What do I do with Household Hazardous Waste?
5. How do I report a Broken Street Light?
6. How do I report Broken Curbing?
7. How are installations of New Drainage Systems handled?
8. What do I do with Leaf and Yard Debris?
9. When do Street Sweepings happen?
10. How do Recycling Trucks work?
11. The plow driver tore up my lawn - Will the City fix it?
12. There are leaves and other debris blocking water access to a drain - Will the City clear it out?