I live on a state or county road. What do I do with my leaves?

The Township Leaf Collection Program schedule and sections are for municipal streets only. Leaf collection on Essex County Roads and State Highway Rt. 10 will occur once per week during the leaf collection season. Leaves along these roads must be bagged (PDF)

Livingston Township provides free paper leaf bags to property owners on these roads. Residents can pick up leaf bags during the designated period each year. Proof of address must be provided. See the Leaf Collection page for this year's dates. Leaf bags can be picked up at:

Public Works Garage

235 S. Livingston Avenue

8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on weekdays

Be sure to note the final date that paper-bagged leaves may be placed at the curb for collection on State and County Roads.

State and County roads are:

  • Beaufort Avenue
  • East Cedar Street
  • Eisenhower Parkway
  • East & West Hobart Gap Road
  • John F. Kennedy Parkway
  • Laurel Avenue
  • South & North Livingston Avenue
  • East & West Northfield Road
  • Old Short Hills Road
  • Parsonage Hill Road
  • Passaic Avenue
  • Shrewsbury Drive
  • South Orange Avenue
  • Walnut Street
  • East & West Mt. Pleasant Avenue

The Alphabetical List of Streets also indicates which streets are State/County roads.

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4. I live on a state or county road. What do I do with my leaves?