DETROIT (WXYZ) — The City of Detroit is set to resume curbside yard waste collection beginning Monday, April 27.
Collection was originally set to begin the week of April 13, but was pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will continue for 36 weeks.
Residents can place grass clippings, leaves and small twigs that are no more than 2 inches in diameter in biodegradable paper bags on their bi-monthly scheduled bulk collection day.
Yard waste will not be collected in plastic bags.
Residents can find out their next yard waste collection date by visiting detroitmi.gov and typing their address into the "My Home Info" search field.
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