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Posted on: December 16, 2020

Residential Leaf Collection Program Ends with Record Amount of Leaves!

Leaf Collection

A record year of leaf collection in Hudson this year! Nearly 20,000 cubic yards of leaves were collected, while keeping costs down over prior years. This is the highest amount collected since the inception of the program in 2007. The 2020 program ended at the end of the day on Thursday, December 10. A strategic blend of technology and leveraging the experience of the management team led to a very successful leaf season. Good stuff! Thank you to our outstanding leaf crews who worked hard through rain, snow, cold, and in the dark to take care of as many leaves as possible!

You can still search for your address to see which dates the trucks visited your street during the 2020 season at www.hudson.oh.us/LeafTool.

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