The last Spring Leaf and Brush pick up will be the week of June 20, 2022. Please make sure all branches are tied and bundled into 3-4 sections and leaves are put in plastic bags by the curb, no earlier than Sunday June 19th. Thank you in advance for your
Please be aware the next leaf and brush pick up will begin the week of May 16th. Please make sure to have your leaf bags and any brush/tree branches tied and bundled into 3-4 lengths at the curb at the beginning of the week. No tree stumps will be picked
The first Spring pick up for leaf and brush will take place the week of April 4th, 2022. Please make sure to tie and bundle any tree branches into 3-foot sections. Place down by the curb starting on Monday. No tree stumps or trunks will be picked up.
The January 2022 leaf and brush pick up will be the week of January 10th. Please make sure to put your stuff out at the beginning of the week.
The Christmas Tree pick up will be either January 17 or 18th, so make sure you put at the curb by Sunday
ADDED NEW PICKUP - week of December 13th, due to recent winds and leaves falling late. Last clean up before the Holiday. Please put your stuff out to the curb at beginning of the week to be picked up. Thank you!!!
The last one will be in January 2022, trying to
Village of the Branch
The Village of The Branch is one of three incorporated villages within the township of Smithtown - our other sister villages being Nissequogue and Head of The Harbor. The village is located on the north shore of Long Island and contains a mix of upscale homes, a thriving business district and a historical district where residents and visitors alike can step back in time and discover the history of Smithtown and the surrounding communities in unique settings.
The village Board of Trustees, led by Mayor Mark Delaney, strives to maintain a level of personal attention and quality of life. The Board is comprised of village residents with families of their own who simply want to maintain a feeling of community and pass that on to future generations.
A couple of exciting projects to tell you about:
First, working in conjunction with the Town of Smithtown and local politicians and organizations we were able to secure a grant of nearly $1 million in order to begin the next phase of the Northeast Branch Remediation project. This effort, sometimes referred to as dredging, is intended to remedy the groundwater issues