City of Kentwood Offers Spring 2022 Brush and Leaf Drop-Off to Residents
The City of Kentwood reopened its brush and leaf drop-off services for residents Saturday, April 2 at the Kentwood Department of Public Works, 5068 Breton Ave. SE.
Residents may drop off brush, sticks, tree limbs, logs, loose leaves and grass clippings noon-8 p.m. Monday-Saturday and noon-6 p.m. Sunday through Friday, May 27.
The services are available to Kentwood residents only and proof of residency is required. Materials that cannot be accepted include trash, paper and plastic bags, dirt, concrete, asphalt, tires, rocks, stones, construction materials, glass and metal.
“This winter’s high winds and heavy snow have left behind tree debris that, if unchecked, can clog our roadways and storm drains,” Public Works Director Chad Griffin said. “The City of Kentwood’s brush and leaf drop-off services provide residents with an easy and convenient way to clean up their yards and help keep our community’s infrastructure running smoothly.”
In addition to making yard maintenance easier, leaf and brush drop-off services also help residents stay in compliance with City ordinances. The accumulation of leaves and debris on a property or in the right-of-way is prohibited in the City of Kentwood, as well as burning leaves and brush.
More information about the City’s brush and leaf drop-off services is available at kentwood.us/BrushLeafDropOff.