Storm Debris Removal and Leaf Pick Up Information
Due to continued storm response, our regular leaf collection and delivery program for 2016/2017 has changed in the following ways:
While leaf pick up will continue to take place, the previously published schedule listing specific dates for round one and round two pick up no longer applies. Public Works Crews will be moving through the community just one time to simultaneously picking up all leaves left in the street and storm debris from publicly owned trees.
To confirm whether we’ve already come through your neighborhood, please check out our interactive Storm and Leaf Debris Progress Map that shows where we’ve already collected leaves and debris. If you confirm we haven’t been to your street yet, please put your leaves out now. This map is updated daily. Once we have been through your street, please do not place any additional debris or leaves in the street.
Homeowners are responsible for cleaning up and disposing of the debris from their privately owned trees. Please do not mix private debris with public tree debris and leaves. Christmas trees should also not be placed in the right of way. Thank you.
Please remember to place leaves in the street without obstructing bike lanes or traffic. Also keep curbs, gutters and catch basins clear to prevent flooding.
No deliveries of leaves will take place. Our apologies, but leaves have gotten comingled with storm debris.
Thank you so much for your patience and understanding!
Documents & Resources
Composting Factsheet - Make the most of your leaves
Rake, Reuse, Recycle
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.
Storm and Leaf Debris Progress Map
Click on the link above to see where the leaf collection crews have been.
City of Springfield Leaf Program
Lane County Public Works Leaf Program (outside city of Eugene limits)
Lane Forest Products