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Posted on: September 30, 2021

2021 Fall Leaf Recycling

a red rake and fallen leaves

Fall is here, and that means it’s time for fall leaf collection!

Free Leaf Bags for Residents: Oct 12-Nov 29

Starting on October 12, Eagle residents can bring in a canned or non-perishable food donation to City Hall and exchange it for a bundle of leaf bags. (Limit one bundle of leaf bags per household.) The leaf bag exchange lasts until November 29 or while supplies last, so don’t wait until the last minute! All food donations go to the Eagle Food Bank.

Curbside Leaf Collection: Nov 1-Dec 3

Republic Services will begin curbside collection starting on November 1. This service will end on December 3, Some things to remember for curbside leaf collection:

  • Set leaves out on your curb in paper bags only
  • Do not place brush or yard debris in the bags
  • Keep bags open for content identification.
  • Place leaf bags a few feet away from your trash and recycling carts
  • Leaf bags are picked up on the same day as your trash but by a different truck

Leaf Drop-Off: Oct 18-Dec 3

Republic Services and the City of Eagle have expanded the leaf drop-off sites this year. There are now three places for you to take your leaf bags if you prefer to drop them off:

Loose leaves in paper bags only can be dropped off anytime between October 18 and December 3.

The leaves the Republic Services collects are composted and used for soil amendment along Ada County highways. 

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