Well, actually the last tree to turn color and retain its leaves into mid-November: Acer griseum x nikoense. This is a paperbark maple but because it's a hybrid cross it does not seem to get such fabulous peeling bark. But it does have a beautiful shape and great fall color. Some years it has turned at the same time as its neighbors creating quite a colorful picture. But this year it's on its own.
I took this photo Sunday morning standing at the back door. Note that the golden leaves on the lower left are on the bottom branch of the tree. It colors from the top down. By Monday morning the tree was completely red. It's supposed to rain today which could easily be the end of this display.