The annual leaf pickup in the City of Camdenton will begin on Monday.

That’s according to Assistant City Administrator Renee Kingston who says your leaves need to be placed in a pile next to, but not in, the ditch or the street.

Your piles also need to be free of any limbs, rocks or other debris mixed in.

More information on the annual leaf pickup in Camdenton can be found on the city’s website.

Meanwhile, Osage Beach residents who want to get rid of their Autumn leaves –The City says leaf pick-up service for residents who live on City streets will begin tentatively on Monday November 21st.

But in a statement the city reminds residents the weather plays a large role in and when Public Works will get to certain streets.

On the city’s web site it also notes resident responsibilities, Among them….Property owners are to rake leaves to the ditch, road side, or edge of their property.

Leaves may also be bagged in special Bio-degradable Leaf Bags which may be picked up at Public Works or City Hall, or purchased locally by various retailers.

Leaves will only be picked up from City public roads; however, if bags are dropped off by these roads, they will be picked up.

A map of the plan for when pick up can be expected in your area also appears on the web site, and those with further questions are advised to call the Osage Beach Public Works Department.