Please find the 2023 Leaf Schedule for New Haven. A few things to remember: the leaf schedule is subject to weather. Updates will be made if dates are adjusted due to weather, when your leaves begin to fall, please put your leaves on the park strip Read on...
New Haven's infrastructure, its streets and cubs, storm and sanitary sewers, bridges, water mains, hydrants, pumping stations and wells (all the behind-the-scenes equipment and structures that form the physical backbone of the City), are in the care of the employees of New haven's Public Works Department.
Public Works strives to maintain the City's high standards by working to produce a maximum efficiency, quality product that enhances the image of New Haven as well as its quality of life. With 127 total cross-trained employees that are equipped to handle all 4 utilities, the City of New Haven is in the best of hands.
In addition to the maintenance of the city infrastructure, Public Works also works hand-in-hand with the Fort Wayne water department to supply water to the over 16,000 residents. In addition to keeping good relations, Public Works publishes a Water Quality (CCR) Report that is available to everyone.