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There are many options for managing leaves. If you have a backyard compost bin, leaves can be saved and added to your bin throughout the year as a carbon source. If you have a mulching mower, leaves can be mulched right on your yard, allowing valuable nutrients to return to the soil. If neither of these options appeals to you, you may want to participate in a community leaf composting program. The City of Campbell is offering a drop-off leaf program while Boardman, Canfield City, Canfield Township, Lowellville, New Middletown, Poland Village, Sebring, Struthers, and Youngstown are all offering some type of curbside service. Residents should contact their local officials for details regarding all community leaf composting programs.


Municipality  Phone Start Date End Date Bags Offered Program Notes
Boardman Township  330-726-4177 October 22 November 16 No Brown paper leaf bags required - See Website
Canfield City  330-533-1101 October 8 November 21 Vacuum Service Rake leaves to within 15 feet from the edge of the pavement
Canfield Township  330-533-4239 October 16 November 25 First 5 Free to Residents Official Website
City of Struthers  330-755-2181 October 15 November 30 10 Limit Any day of the week, Road Dept will handle the pick-up. Free Bags, First Come First Serve.
City of Youngstown  330-744-7526 October 29 November 30 Yes Leaf Flyer (PDF)
Lowellville Village  330-536-6415 October 15 November 21 Vacuum Service Weather permitting. Rake to cub.
New Middletown Village  330-542-2846 October 22 November 30 Yes Pickup occurs Monday - Friday
Poland Village  330-757-2112 October 22 December 15 (contingent on weather) Vacuum Service Rake to the edge of the curb. Please not on the pavement.
Sebring Village  330-938-9340 October 22 November 30 No Pickup occurs Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Nothing over 50 pounds; leaves only.