Media ContactsKelli Narde — City Public Information Officer and Director of Cultural and Media Services; 303-795-3733
Sheera Poelman — Police Department Public Information Officer; 303-906-0470
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Broken Branch Drop-off Site for Littleton Residents
Littleton residents can drop off tree limbs broken in the recent snowstorm to the parking lot at the north end of the War Memorial Rose Garden at 5804 South Bemis Street. Public works staff will collect limbs to be chipped into mulch.
The temporary site will be available from 3 to 6 p.m. on Monday, May 23, and from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 24 through Thursday, May 26.
The site will only collect branches and tree debris, not other yard waste. Curbside pickup of downed limbs is not available. The location or status of the site may change depending on the volume of materials or weather conditions. Updates will be posted to the city’s website and social media channels.
Once the debris collection program is complete, residents can collect chipped tree limbs as free mulch.
For questions, contact Littleton Street Maintenance at 303-795-3969.
Residents contracting work from arborists should make sure they are licensed with the city. A list of licensed arborists is available on the city’s website.