Bozeman city crews are working on the annual fall leaf cleanup as they keep leaves out of city storm drains. Here is a link to show where crews will be working.

City Of Bozeman

Leaf collection in the city core is underway, with work in the outer neighborhoods set to kick off later this week.

Downtown area residents are asked to rake leaves into the street so they can be collected, residents in subdivisions are asked to bag leaves for pick up in compostable paper bags.

If left uncollected, city workers say leaves have a tendency to freeze and cause clogging as winter temperatures drop below freezing.
City crews will be working on Saturday, Nov. 7, to clean up leaves around Emily Dickinson, Hawthorne, Irving, Longfellow, Morning Star and Whittier schools.