Leaf Disposal in Louisville
Please note that the Leaf Drop Off at the Louisville Sports Complex will not open this year.
One of the easiest ways to deal with leaves is to use a mulching lawn mower and let the leaves add organic material and nutrients to your lawn. With this method, there’s no need to collect and dispose of leaves.
Curbside Leaf & Branch Collection Event
Residents participating in the city-wide solid waste program through Republic Services can take part in the Curbside Leaf & Branch Collection Event. Republic will collect up to twenty (20) compostable bags and an unlimited number of bundles of shrubbery and tree limbs cut to 4’ length, no more than 18” in diameter, and tied with twine or rope. Compostable bags can be purchased at home improvement stores.
Tuesday and Wednesday Customers: Saturday, November 14 (materials in street/gutter area by 7 am)
Thursday and Friday Customers: Saturday, November 21 (materials in street/gutter area by 7 am)
You can always add leaves to your compost cart. And remember, residents participating in the city-wide solid waste program through Republic Services can upgrade to a 96 gallon compost cart at no extra cost. To upgrade, call Republic’s Louisville Customer Service line on (303) 286-5400 (Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm) or visit LouisvilleCO.gov/Republic and complete the website contact form.
– Do not rake leaves into the street curb and gutters – this may clog storm sewer inlets and cause flooding.
– The Branch Recycle Site, located just north of the Louisville Cemetery on Empire Road, will not accept leaves.
Year-round drop off location
Residents may always drop off leaves and grass clippings at 1000 Empire Road (northeast corner of CO-42 and Pine Street). No plastic bags, trash, or branches.
For more information, visit LouisvilleCO.gov/LeafandBranch or call (303) 335-4750.
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