Springfield DPW
Development and Public Works Home Leaf Pickup Program

Springfield's Bagged Leaf Pickup Program

See below for 2017-2018 dates or view this year's flyer.

Fall Leaves Along Street





The Development & Public Works Department is commited to maintaining the City infrastructure, protecting property from flooding and storm damage and improving water quality in our rivers and streams.To help with these efforts the City of Springfield provides a leaf pickup service to citizens.


To help residents to take advantage of Springfield’s Bagged Leaf Pickup Program, check out this instructional video that answers frequently asked questions.


Pledge to properly dispose of your leaves for a chance to win a $100 gift card from a local home improvement store. See this year's flyer for details.


Congratulations to our first pledge card drawing winner - Caroline M.

Haven't turned in a pledge card? There's still time to enter the second drawing! Pledges received by January 15, 2018 will be entered. Pledge cards already received will be automatically entered into the second drawing.


28th Street is the dividing line for pickup scheduling. Click to view map.

Area of Town: First Round begins: Second Round begins:

West of 28th St

Week of November 27, 2017

Week of January 8, 2018

East of 28th St Week of December 4, 2017 Week of January 15, 2018
Mulch or Compost to help your garden grow!


Add leaves to your compost pile.  Leaves and other high carbon material should make up ¾ of your compost pile or shred them for mulch to protect plants from winter frost.

Use your yard debris container!


If you have a grey yard debris container from Sanipac, place your leaves in your container and set out your container on the scheduled day for yard debris. Sanipac will then pick them up and recycle them for you.


Or rake and bag them up for curbside pickup! 

See above for this season's pick up dates or view this year's flyer.



Your patience is appreciated, if weather conditions and the volume of leaf bags result in us running behind schedule. We make every effort to get to your neighborhood during your scheduled week.   

If you live in Springfield (within the city limits) at no time may grass, branches, limbs, or other debris be deposited in the street or the right-of-way. Please follow the specific guidelines for where you live.

  • PLEASE DO NOT BLOW YOUR LEAVES INTO THE STREET. Per Springfield City code, it is illegal to place debris in the right-of-way (City Code violation 5.272).

  • Sanipac is contracted to pickup, haul and recycle BAGGED LEAVES for residents within the City limits.

  • Please place leaves in medium sized garbage bags (bags are to contain ONLY LEAVES).

  • Place the bags at the curbside, NOT IN THE STREET before 7:00 a.m. on the Monday of your scheduled week.

The benefits of the City's Policy:

Our program promotes public safety
by keeping leaves out of bike lanes, streets and sidewalks. Large piles can also be considered a nuisance by City Code. Piles of leaves on the side of the road can be very hazardous, examples include:

  • Vehicles may swerve out of their lane to avoid piles of leaves.

  • Dangerous items may be covered up inside piles (large rocks, bicycles, etc.)

  • Attractive nuisance for children to play in.

  • Forces bicycle commuters into the travel lane of vehicles.


We appreciate everyone's ongoing participation in this annual event. Thank you!


Questions about leaf pickup in Springfield?


Contact us at: leafpickupprogram@springfield-or.gov


Call 541.525.2658


Lane County Leaf Program

City of Eugene Leaf Program


Updated: 12-4-17
City of Springfield, Oregon