The only time this spring that leaves will be picked up all across Hamilton is scheduled for Saturday, May 11.
Curbside Leaf Pickup
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Friday, November 9, 2012
Loose leaf collection is Wenham will continue after Veterans Day on Tuesday, Nov. 13.
The roadside pickup of loose leaves in Wenham will resume in the Lord's Hill neighborhood on Tuesday, after the Veterans Day holiday, according to Wenham Department of Public Works Director Bil Tyack. After that neighborhood, the DPW will then continue to Cedar and Cherry street and all side streets off Cherry Street to Route 1A. From there, collection crews will jump to the east side of town at Grapevine Road near the Beverly line. The DPW will head west down Grapevine Road, picking up all the side streets. After Grapevine Road, crews will continue on to Dodges Row, Walnut Road and Larch Row to Route 1A, then do streets on Main Street including Fairview, Patti, Fiske, Lake, and Great Pond roads. Lastly, the DPW will pick-up Main, Arbor, …
Friday, October 26, 2012
A look at the schedule for leaf pickup in Hamilton and Wenham this fall.
Curbside and roadside leaf pickup in both Hamilton and Wenham will get underway in November. Roadside collection of loose leaves in Wenham will begin Nov. 5 with one to two passes on every street in the town. That will be followed by a bagged leaf pick-up in December - if needed. The Department of Public Works says it makes every effort to pass through each street twice, but due to the uncertainty of the weather it is not always possible. The DPW recommends residents check the town website for updates but the DPW cannot predict an exact day they will be on a certain street. The Wenham Department of Public Works will start the loose leaf pick-up on the west side of town with Maple Street at the Danvers town line, then continue down Maple …
Friday, November 18, 2011
An essential get-me-going daily morning column from Hamilton-Wenham Patch.
Today is Friday, Nov. 18. Here are five things you need to know: 1. Sun: On Friday, forecasters are saying that we can put the last two overcast days behind us. The forecast calls for sunny skies and temperatures close to 50 degrees. 2. Food Drive: Today is the best time to get ready for Saturday morning’s public safety food drive for Acord Food Pantry. Non-perishable food should be set out in front of your home by 9 a.m. 3. Girls’ Cross-Country: The Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School girls’ cross-country team travels to Franklin Park in Boston on Saturday in its quest to become state champions. Last Saturday at the same place, the team squeaked by Weston High School to become Div. 5 champions. This weekend, they face other division …