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.
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.
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.