DENVER (CBS4) – The city of Denver invites residents to drop off their bags of leaves. They have several “leaf drop” locations open.

Jack-O’-Lanterns are also being accepted.

Denver LeafDrop sites are open (credit: Denver)

The material will be composted and sold in May.

Denver Recycles, Be a Smart Ash and Ace Hardware stores will give away free, brown paper leaf bags to curb resident’s use of plastic bags to gather their leaves.

Denver LeafDrop sites are open (credit: Denver)

Residents must have a LeafDrop coupon to receive their free bags.

Weekend Drop-Off Sites Open November 2 – 17
Saturdays and Sundays, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

• Bruce Randolph High School – E. 40th Ave. & Steele St.
• Cherry Creek Transfer Station – Jewell Ave. & Quebec St.
• Havana Nursery * – Smith Rd. & Havana (Enter on Havana St.)
• Kennedy High School* – (W. Brown Pl. and S. Lamar Pl.
• Sloan’s Lake Park – 17th Ave. at Sheridan Blvd.
• Veterans Park – (S. Vine St. & E. Iowa Ave.)

The city asks residents to be sure branches or other material are not in the leaf bags.

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