Storm Cleanup in the Lehigh Valley
Saturday, Nov. 12, and Nov. 19. It will then close for the season.
Yard waste can also be placed at the curb for collection on recycling nights. Such waste must be cut and tied into 4 foot bundles. Smaller debris may be placed in containers or paper yard waste bags. Tree branches or trunks bigger than 5 inches in diameter must be taken to the yard waste site.
Township, Northampton County, has suspended leaf collection until further notice and has canceled regular yard waste collection for November. Storm debris clean up will begin Wednesday in Sectors 1 and 2 and proceed west to east and then south. Collection will start north of Crawford Drive and once Sectors 1 and 2 are completed, crews will collect in Sectors 3 and 4 and also proceed west to east. Debr timberlands is must be placed along the street. Tr timberlands timberlands ee limbs must be cut into manageable lengths. Crews will make one pass through each street and will not return. They will not enter private property or remove debris hanging from trees.
Macungie Township has suspended leaf collection until Nov. 8 and will collect storm debris placed along curbs until Monday. Branches and limbs must be cut into sizes small enough for one person to handle. The township’s yard waste recycling center also will be open during regular hours.