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Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tax Collector's Office: Open until 6:30 PM on Mondays
Tax Assessor's Office: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM on Mondays

Did You Know… (#9 – Leaf and Brush & Limbs Collections) UPDATED FOR 2020!

…that the Borough’s official start to leaf season begins November 2nd and runs through the week after Christmas?

And brush & limbs are not collected curbside from mid-October until January 11, 2021! If you place brush & limbs at the curb after the last regularly scheduled collection date for the year – October 12th – you will receive a violation notice from the Borough’s Code Enforcement Officer! We cannot properly and efficiently collect leaves if brush & limbs are placed at the curb and we only have so much manpower available, so please adhere to these important rules.

Brush & limbs can always be take to Public Works every Saturday morning however! (Except the day after Christmas.)

The Borough collects leaves in one of four “Zones” each week beginning with Zone 1, the area south of the railroad tracks from Lincoln Ave to Cinnaminson Ave? Zone 1 will be collected beginning on November 2nd. For other Zones see the Borough Calendar by selecting this link.


Here’s the complete Leaf Zone Collection Map


Visit for the Public Works, Sewer & Recycling Calendar at any time to see the master schedule for Public Works and Sewer Department activities including trash collection (and bulk), brush & limbs, leaf and recycling collections.  Calendars can also be accessed from our homepage.

Reminder: brush & limbs are not collected during leaf collection season. Brush & limbs will be collected again beginning January 2021.  Brush & limbs can be taken to Public Works every Saturday morning however.

For more information concerning trash & solid waste please select the following link.

Did You Know… this is the ninth in a series of articles to help educate our residents and business owners about Palmyra. Look for a new article posted here, on our website, every week, or two 😉

Select the links below for previous issues of Did You Know…