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Leaf Collection in Sections 2 – Beginning December 1, 2014


This is an important public service message from the Princeton Mass Notification system.

The Princeton Department of Public Works will begin the last scheduled collection of loose leaves in Section 2 on Monday, December 1, 2014.

Please place the loose leaves to be collected at the curb line by 7:00 am Monday morning.

Weekly bagged leaf pick-up will continue through December 19, 2014.

A listing of all of the streets contained in Section 2, as well as all the sections and the entire schedule, including the schedule for the collection of bagged leaves, is available on the Municipal Website –

For additional information, please contact Access Princeton at 609-924-4141

The Princeton Environmental Commission reminds you that the easiest and most environmentally efficient way to manage your leaves is to leave your leaves in your yard.  Compost them, mulch them, or rake them into an unobtrusive area of your property. Broken down leaves will nourish your grass, plants and trees. For a more detailed description of how and why to leave your leaves, go to:


Did You Know:

•          Leaves in the streets are unsafe to children, pedestrians, and cyclists
•          Leaves left in the streets reach our streams and drinking water, producing a negative effect on both.
•          Leaves on your property provide free nutrients for your yard &


Leave the Leaves:
•          Compost them:  Rake them back into a wooded area or into a leaf corral in your yard
•          Mulch them: Mow them into your lawn or put them on your garden beds for a nutrient kick and to suppress weed growth
•          Bag them:  If they have to leave your property