Leaf logoThe Fall Leaf Collection Program begins in mid October, 2017, and runs through mid December, 2017. During this time, Republic Services picks up leaf piles placed in the street once a week, generally on the same day as your normal garbage collection.

The last leaf pickup day on your street will take place the week of December 11 on your area's regularly scheduled garbage day.

Your help is needed to assure success of this year's program:

• Rake leaves into piles on the street the evening before your scheduled leaf pick-up day.
• Do not rake leaves into curbside bike lanes. Please use your yard debris cart if there is a bike lane in front of your residence.
• Place leaf piles one foot from the curb to allow space for rain water to runoff along the curb line.
• Make sure leaves do not block catch basins or storm drains.
• Avoid parking vehicles near leaf piles, as Republic Services cannot collect leaves blocked by vehicles.  

If you live on a street with curbside bike lanes, we ask that you do not place leaves in the street and instead use your yard debris container for leaf disposal. This prevents leaf piles from blocking bike lanes. Yard debris containers are available from Republic Services and are picked up every week on the same day as your garbage collection. Please keep all yard debris, garbage, and recycling carts out of the street and behind the curb at all times. These containers can also be a hazard to bicycles and vehicles, block drainage and prevent street sweepers from cleaning the street.

The Fall Leaf Collection Program is the only time leaves may be deposited in piles in the street. Using blowers to scatter leaves across the street is not allowed. At no time may grass, branches, limbs, or other debris be deposited in the street. Republic Services will not pick up piles of combined branches and leaves. Please use your yard debris container for these items.

To report service problems or for additional information regarding leaf pile pick-up, contact Republic Services at 541-754-0444.


STREET SWEEPING SCHEDULE

In conjunction with the Fall Leaf Collection Program, Public Works runs two shifts to sweep city streets. Neighborhoods will be swept once every two weeks, while streets with bike lanes will typically be swept two times each week. To find out which day your neighborhood will be swept, check the District Map to locate your area and then find the corresponding column in the table below. 

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To report problems or for additional information about street sweeping, contact Public Works at 541-766-6916 or visit the street sweeping page.

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HOLIDAY TREE COLLECTION  

Christmas trees will be collected from December 26, 2017 through January 12, 2018. Have trees (no tinsel or flocking) at the curb on your regular trash service day. 

Last updated: 10/6/2017 2:43:45 PM