Why did leaf crews collect in front of my house only 1 time this season?
While it may seem that you do not see leaf crews pass your property for long periods of time, please understand that the Township is 22 square miles with 90 miles of roadway. Crews visit every street in the township at least 2 times each season and try to complete each round within 10-15 business days. Visit our Leaf Collection page under Weekly Updates for an updated progress report.

In 2012, the Trash Levy was voted down by residents and dedicated funding for leaf collection was eliminated. Modifications to the program were necessary to compensate for the levy failure.

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1. Why did leaf crews collect in front of my house only 1 time this season?
2. Who do I call for refuse collection scheduling and questions?
3. Why does the snowplow driver push snow back in my driveway?
4. Why doesn't the snowplow driver plow to the center of the street or cul-de-sac?
5. What do I do if my mailbox is knocked over by the plow driver?
6. What is considered the road right-of-way and whose responsibility is it?
7. My street was recently resurfaced. Why isn't it smooth?
8. What is Slurry Seal? Why does the Township use Slurry Seal?
9. Who is responsible for sidewalk and curb repairs in front of my home?
10. How do I report a pothole in the street?
11. Who is responsible for the roadway drainage system?
12. Who do I call if the street is flooding?
13. Who maintains my sanitary sewer system?
14. Do I need a permit for upgrades to my property?
15. Who do I call for a water main break in the street or a damaged fire hydrant?
16. Am I allowed to have a basketball goal in or near the street?
17. Who do I call for a street light outage?
18. Who is responsible for a tree down blocking in the road?
19. What is the Township’s EAB action plan?
20. Who is responsible for maintaining trees and vegetation on my property?
21. What do I do if I have a problem in my backyard?
22. Are Public Works employees really considered trained professionals?