Bring your leaves and food donations to one or more of these convenient events, or save yourself the trip and “Leave Your Leaves.” Natural compost benefits your lawn and garden and protects against clogged drains.
Whether this is your first year to drop off your leaves or you have participated for years, these quick tips will help you quickly and successfully recycle of your leaves in 2020:
That’s it! We will unload your leaves to maintain physical distancing and will bring all food donations to the Oregon Food Bank after each event. If you need support with yardwork, check out the fall leaf tips below.
The partner cities below also have residential leaf programs. Please contact your city for additional details.
|City of Beaverton||8 am - 4 pm
Various dates Oct. - Dec.
|160th Parking Lot
|City of Cornelius||8 am - 3 pm
Monday - Friday and the following Saturdays:
|1300 S Kodiak Circle|
|City of Durham||Saturday & Sundays:
November 14 and 15
November 21 and 22
December 5 and 6
|Durham City Park|
|City of Forest Grove||Saturdays, 10 am - 2 pm:
|22nd Ave and Yew St.|
|City of Hillsboro||Saturdays, 9 am - 3 pm:
|Hillsboro Fairground Sports Complex on 28th Avenue|
|City of Sherwood
||Saturday, 9 am - 3 pm:
|15527 SW Willamette Street|
|City of Tigard||Saturdays, 9 am - 3 pm:
|Cook Park, end of 92nd Avenue|
|City of Tualatin||TBD||18850 SW Cipole Road|
Clean Water Services collects about 10,000 cubic yards (about 1,000 truckloads) of leaves each year and takes them to West Union Gardens and made into mulch.
Participating in the leaf disposal program helps:
This program is funded by Clean Water Services' $9.25 per month Surface Water Management (SWM) fee. This fee pays for flood management and water quality protection and improvement programs including street sweeping, 24-hour emergency flood response, catch basin cleaning, water quality monitoring, watershed planning and public education.