Is foliage burning a hole in your Colwood lawn?

The City's Public Works yard is open for branch, leaf and grass drop-offs

The Colwood Public Works yard is open for branch, leaf and grass drop-offs the first and third Saturday of every month.

The program, aimed at preventing backyard burning, runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., even if the date falls on a statutory holiday.

Branches with a maximum diameter of four inches, grass clippings and leaves are accepted, but leaves must be in a separate container.

The program is for Colwood residents only and proof of residency may be required.

For more information contact Colwood’s public works yard at 3300 Wishart Rd. at 250-474-4133.

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