Leaf Collection and Delivery Program

Leaf collection for 2022 is HERE!

The period for requesting leaves is open.  Be sure to select "Leaf Delivery Request" from the drop-down menu, enter your address in the Request Location field, click the "Map It!" button, then scroll down to the bottom of the page to complete the form.  All fields must be completed for us to process your leaf request.

2021 leaf map





Nov 5 - Nov 6

Nov 7 - Nov 10


Nov 11 - Nov 13

Nov 14 - Nov 18


Nov 19 - Nov 20

Nov 21 - Dec 2


Dec 3 - Dec 4 

Dec 5 - Dec 9


Dec 10 - Dec 11

Dec 12 - Dec 16


Dec 17 - Dec 18

Dec 19 - Dec 30

 Round Two for all areas begins on January 3 (leaves should be put out the weekend of December 31-January 1).  Pickup for Round Two will follow the same route but will be much quicker.

Deliveries are made by area and are not allotted on a "first come, first served" basis.  

The Bike Lane Service Request Form is always available to use for reporting hazardous conditions in the bike lanes. 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.  Bicyclists can also "download" an app to help report hazards in our bike lanes.  Visit the iBike page on your cell phone and click the link for the appropriate type of device



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. 

Be a Part of Eugene's Leaf Team from City of Eugene on Vimeo.


Documents & Resources

Composting Factsheet - Make the most of your leaves 

Rake, Reuse, Recycle



City of Springfield Leaf Program

Lane County Leaf Program (outside city of Eugene limits)