The Town of Wallkill Highway Department will begin picking up leaves on November 5th. Leaf collection will continue for the month of November as long as weather allows.
Leaves can be raked to the edge of the road or placed in bags near the edge of the road. By placing the leaves in bags, you will avoid the frustration of raking leaves just to have the wind blow them around before they are picked up.
The vacuum machine used to pickup the leaves can not vacuum up branches, piles that have branches mixed in will not be picked up. Branches can be disposed of at the Highway Department at no charge.
For the schedule and complete list of regulations, please check out our pdf Leaf Collection Schedule (465 KB)
Overgrown trees and fallen limbs are the leading cause of power outages during storms.
As part of the survey, we’ll be checking for hazardous trees outside our right of way.
What’s a hazardous tree? Trees growing outside our right of way, including on private property, that are damaged, diseased, dead or dying, and are likely to fall and damage lines, causing an outage.
Our arborists will let you know if you have a hazardous tree on your property, and with your permission, they will trim it or, if necessary, remove it for you.
We hire only professional foresters who are specially trained in preserving tree health and follow International Society of Arboriculture pruning guidelines.
We will never cut or remove a tree that is on private property without your permission.
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THE TOWN OF WALLKILL GOLF COURSE IS NOW OPENED & UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
BILLY CASPER GOLF IS OVERSEEING OPERATIONS AT OUR GOLF COURSE ON SANDS ROAD. FOR TEE TIMES PLEASE CALL 845-361-1022
The Town of Wallkill is seeking out individuals to serve on the Town's Conservation Commission. This group will meet quarterly to discuss the preservation and improvement of the quality of the natural and man-made environment within the Town of Wallkill. If you are interested please contact the Supervisor's office at 845-692-7832.