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2014 Fall County Leaf Pickup is scheduled to begin Monday, October 27th.
 
GreenWorld crews will begin the countywide leaf pick-up program starting Monday, October 27th.  Please expect program changes this year to improve service and expedite leaf pick-up.
 
County Leaf Pick-up will include Three (3) passes through the townships this year and provide One (1) final pass in the spring 2015.  Crews will begin in Clay Township and rotate clockwise through Harris Twn, Penn Twn, and the remaining townships through the unincorporated portions of the County.
 
Leak Pick-Up Guidelines:
1. Place leaves within five feet of the curb line or shoulder.  DO NOT PLACE LEAVES ON ROADWAY
 
2. CONTACT the Leaf Hotline Care Center toll free at 877-472-2735 or register on-line at www.SJCLP.com to schedule the pick up.
 
3. Please do not place any debris, tree limbs, grass clippings, trash, brush, or any other type other than leaves at the curb line.
 
Please contact the Leaf Pick-UP HOTLINE at 877-472-2735 with any questions.
 
The Web-site will be up and running soon.  Please visit the web-site during the program to track up-to-date progress and more information on when crews will be in your area.

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The St. Joseph County Commissioners welcome you…and hope that this website provides you with the online information and tools you are seeking!

Established in 1830, St. Joseph County, Indiana has become the fourth largest county in the state of Indiana. The county spans 467 square miles, which includes a comfortable mix of rural cultural heritage and urban amenities. St. Joseph County is also the regional center for higher education. The County is home to more than eight colleges and universities including but not limited to Notre Dame University, Indiana University, Purdue Ext., Bethel University and St. Mary’s College.

St. Joseph County provides convenient living, with easy regional access to its parks, bike and pedestrian walkways, regional beaches, lakes and many cultural activities. St. Joseph County has been a leader in industrial and manufacturing business opportunities, technology development, which combine to offer excellent opportunities to its St. Joseph County residents and new comers alike.

We invite you to take time to learn more about St. Joseph County government, we hope that this website will assist you in finding the necessary tools to accommodate your needs and interests. St. Joseph County is continuing to expand its menu and to add topics of interest to its viewers.

Click any of the links listed to the left, which include links to government, as well as to economic development, employment opportunities, maps, news and related links. And, welcome to St. Joseph County , Indiana!

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