Leaf Collection and Delivery Program

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When will crews be in my neighborhood?
 Leaf collection has started. Enter your address in the link above or see the map below to find out when we will be in your area. Leaves need to be placed curbside the Saturday or Sunday before leaf pick up in your area. 
 

  

Pick up is for leaves only. Do not include pine needles, branches or other debris. After crews clear your neighborhood, Rake, Reuse, Recycle your leaves, put them in your yard waste container, or keep them on your property until the second round of collection begins in your area.
  
  Map with Curbside Leaf Placement Dates 2016/2017

Leaf Collection Schedule


Collection dates are subject to a variety of factors and may vary. 
Round 1
Leaf collection/delivery will begin November 14 and end December 23 (no collection/delivery on November 24-25).
Round 2 Leaf collection/delivery will begin December 27 and end in January (no collection/delivery on January 2). All leaves must be placed curbside December 24-26 to be included in the second and final collection.
   

 

          

Leaf Delivery Request Form

 

     
Leaf delivery is available within the limits of the City of Eugene. It is also based on availability, haul distance and adequate dump space. Loads vary in size, but are approximately seven cubic yards. Minimum delivery request is one load. Deliveries are typically scheduled to correspond to zone pick-up areas.
  
Bike Lane Service Request Form
Provide us with information about safety hazards in the bike lanes such as leaves, dirt, glass, vegetation or other debris. Leaves and other debris in bike lanes are hazardous to bicyclists.

Leaf Collection Progress Map 
Click on the link above to see where the leaf collection crews have been.
 
 

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Overview

Eugene's leaf season is seasonal  (November - January). Eugene’s leaf program dates back to the 1960s. Initially a basic flood-control service, the leaf program has evolved over the years to include significant benefits in the areas of water quality, natural resource recycling and community service.

Documents & Resources
Composting Factsheet - Make the most of your leaves 
Rake, Reuse, Recycle 
  
Links
City of Springfield Leaf Program 
Lane County Public Works Leaf Program (outside city of Eugene limits)