Public Works - Weekend Update - Jan. 12
Public Works Weekend Update- Friday, January 12.
Leaf Pickup (Round 2)
Round 2 of leaf pickup officially started on Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2023. Leaf crews are currently in Area 4 and will move to Area 5 next.
Please place loose leaves on your property at the curb in front of your house before your area is scheduled for the next pick-up to ensure they are not missed. A map of the pickup areas and a list of sign locations are posted on the Public Works page.
Loose leaves should be placed at the curb in a pile, separate from any brush or other yard waste. Brush and yard waste could damage the leaf machine and cause delays in pickup. All leaves must be away from utility poles, mailboxes, or other structures. Leaves must not block drainage ditches or curbside drainage catch basins. This violates Stormwater Regulations.
For safety reasons, leaves must not hinder traffic or block travel lanes. This is extremely dangerous to motorists. If you live at an intersection, keep leaves away from the intersecting street. Wet or frozen leaves are slick and can make it difficult to stop.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
The Public Works Department, including the Transfer Station and the Recycle Center, will be closed on Monday, January 15, 2024.
2024 holiday closure information can be found on the Public Works page here.
Non-Resident Fees for Transfer Station (Calendar Year 2024)
An annual fee of $200 is now due for residents living outside the limits of the Town of Signal Mountain (Walden, Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Sequatchie County). Additional dumping fees still apply for some materials.
New Public Works Director
Please welcome Wesley Stokes, the new Public Works Director for the Town of Signal Mountain. His first day was Tuesday, January 2, 2024.
Signal Mountain - Area Map