Arlington’s second leaf collection pass scheduled to start today

Still have lots of leaves in your yard? You’ll get one more chance to rake (or blow) them to the curb and have them vacuumed up by the county.

Arlington is starting its second vacuum leaf collection pass this week, perhaps as soon as today, according to the initial collection schedule.

Neighborhoods that are set to get a second visit from the vacuum truck over the next few days include Alcova Heights, Arlington Mill, Arlington View, Ballston-Virginia Square, Boulevard Manor, Clarendon/Court House, Colonial Village, Columbia Heights, Dominion Hills, Forest Glen, Foxcroft Heights, Glencarlyn, John M. Langston, Long Branch Creek, Green Valley, North Highlands, North Rosslyn, Radnor/Ft. Myer Heights and Waycroft-Woodlawn.

Vacuum collection is scheduled to wrap up on Dec. 16.

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