Duluth Parks And Recreation Is Looking For Your Bagged Up Leaves
Something the City of Duluth is trying new this year is, inviting the public to drop off clean and closed garbage bags full of Leaves. The Rose Garden is accepting your bagged up leaves in order to help "winterize" the roses for next year. Once they have enough, they will stop accepting, which could happen any day or hour. Here's what they are looking for.
According to a press release by the City Of Duluth: The clean and closed garbage bags must only contain raked leaves and should not contain other plant or yard waste material. Brush material, dirt and sod can be disposed for a fee at the WLSSD Yard Waste Compost site located on Courtland Street off Interstate 35 at 27th Avenue West. Leaves and grass clippings are accepted free of charge.