Parks & Facilities Maintenance

The Parks and Facilities maintenance department is responsible for maintaining all municipal facilities including City Hall, parks and recreation community centers, and all city parks.

Parks maintenance employee lining ballfields.Parks maintenance employees at the fire station.

Parks maintenance employees mowing grass.Parks maintenance leaf truck.

SEASONAL LOOSE LEAF COLLECTION – OCTOBER 15, 2020 – FEBRUARY 26, 2021

The City of Monroe’s four leaf trucks operate weekdays during this time. City residents can expect their leaf piles vacuumed up at least every 10-14 days, but this cycle can be affected by both weather and the volume of leaves. Residents must place leaf piles at the edge of their yard above the curb, free from foreign debris and away from potential obstructions, while still being within the reach of the leaf trucks. Foreign debris is anything that is not leaves such as limbs, vines, rocks and trash, as these items can damage the vacuum equipment. Obstructions include, but are not limited to parked vehicles, mailboxes, fire hydrants, utility boxes, fences, trees & landscaping. Due to the risk of damage, leaf piles too close to obstructions, or mixed with foreign debris CANNOT be collected.

If you have questions about loose leaf collection please call Parks & Recreation at 704-282-4651.