FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 27, 2020
CITY OF NEW BRITAIN ANNOUCES FALL LEAF PICK-UP DETAILS
NEW BRITAIN – The City of New Britain Department of Public Works announced today they will restart their annual fall leaf pick-up in the coming week. Pick-up will begin the first week of November and run into mid December 2020.
Mayor Erin Stewart credits the Public Works Department for the great job they do every year to gather up the city’s leaves. “This annual pick-up is a great city-wide service provided to our residents by the Public Works Department,” said Mayor Stewart. “This service gives us the ability to keep our neighborhoods clean and sweep the remaining tree debris before we head into winter. If you see Public Works’ workers out there when they come by to pick up your leaves, make sure you give them a friendly wave or head nod from your window to let them know how much they are appreciated here in New Britain.”
Mike Thompson, the Field Services Superintendent for the Department of Public Works, encourages all city residents to leave their leaves on the curb for easy pick-up. “Please put your leaf bags at the curbside where we will be picking them up,” said Thompson. “You may also want check the Public Works webpage to check on our daily status update.”
Each street is expected to receive two leaf pick-ups. Additional details and daily updates can be found at www.newbritainct.gov
Brock L. Weber Executive Aide to Mayor Erin Stewart 860.826.3304 Brock.Weber@newbritainct.gov
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