Communities prepare for annual leaf pickup

Get your leaves raked to the curb, and put your fallen sticks or limbs in a pile.

Local cities and towns are starting their annual leaf and limb pickup services.

Greenwood residents can move any fallen or trimmed tree limbs to the curb, and they’ll get picked up about every seven to 10 days, city director of operations Terry McLaughlin said. He asked residents not to put the limbs in the road or bundle them with wire.

Residents also can drop off larger limbs at a site on Fry Road next to Fire Station 2 on weekdays or Saturdays. They should expect to show proof of residency, such as a driver’s license or utility bill, because that service is open to only city residents.

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