To prevent leaves from blocking catch basins along the road, please collect fallen leaves that can blow from your yard, and adjacent sidewalks and boulevards. The City cleans sidewalks on major roadways, and it is the responsibility of the adjacent property owner to maintain the sidewalk and boulevards.
The leaves must not be pushed or blown onto the street. The Street Use Bylaw (Section 6) does not allow pushing snow, leaves or other material from their yard or boulevard onto the road. Doing so can affect drainage and may create hazards for pedestrians or drivers.
You can report a violation to City Bylaw Enforcement at 306-975-3193. An inspector will investigate reports of residents pushing leaves onto the street and may issue a Bylaw Notice.
Compost your leaves and yard waste
- Leaves and Grass subscribers may place loose (un-bagged) yard waste and leaves in their Green Cart.
- You may also take them to one of the free City compost depots, which are open until November 6.
- If composting is not an option, you may place bagged leaves in your black cart.
Highway 7 and 11th St
(9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily)
Off of Highway 5 by the junction of Highway 41 and Zimmerman Road
(11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday – Monday)
Fall street sweeping
Some intersections and streets are more prone to flooding during spring melt than others, for a variety of reasons including elevation or condition of infrastructure.
Street sweeping will occur through older neighbourhoods most at risk for spring flooding where the heavy tree canopies produce excessive leaves on the ground that can block the catch basins and/or prevent the streets from drying in the spring.
Extra leaves on the road can delay the sweepers. Sweepers might have to skip a street if excessive leaves begin to delay the schedule.