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The Town of Tryon has begun leaf vacuuming street by street, beginning in the area of Whitney and New Market.

To assist in this effort, make sure all leaf piles are unbagged and free of brush and foreign debris and placed at curbside. Do not pile the leaves in the street gutters where they will become wet and impossible to vacuum.

The time required to complete this task may be affected by the weather, as wet leaves cannot be effectively vacuumed, so please be patient.

The order in which individual streets will be cleared may also vary with the local conditions of the leaves and other factors. Once your street has been vacuumed, any further leaf debris must be bagged for pick-up.

During this time, we request that pick-up of items other than regular garbage be held until December 17th. This will allow crews time to collect these items before Christmas. To allow for efficient pick-up, please call 859-6655 to submit a work order for special item pick-up.

Leaf vacuuming will resume December 28th and continue until all areas have been covered. Bagged leaves will be picked up as soon as possible after we have covered all areas with the leaf vacuum.



The Town of Tryon is seeking community input in its process of creating a new Land Use Plan — a document that acts as a road map to guide the town’s growth and development for years to come.

We’ve put together a survey to gather residents’ opinions on land use, community character, growth management, local economy, recreation, and more.

Feedback from the survey will help shape the Land Use Plan and the policies that will likely stem from it.

All members of the community are invited to complete the survey, which is available online at

Please make your voice heard and spread the word to your local friends and family!


Town Sewer Customers are reminded to not dispose of fats, oils or grease down the drain. When cooking fats, oils and grease are poured down the drain, they tend to collect and stick to household plumbing and sewer lines. Over time blockages occur that lead to sewer backups, sometimes causing sewage to overflow from plumbing fixtures or sewer system manholes.

Help keep our sewer lines functioning properly. Click here for more information and how to properly dispose of your fats, oils and grease.


From the Tryon Daily Bulletin:  Expedia lists Tryon as an escape destination

“Tryon is now listed as the “Best Place to Escape” in North Carolina.  Click here to read the full article.