Please do not blow leaves into the street.
Not only is it a safety hazard for cyclists riding in the street, leaves can clog storm drains and could cause street flooding. It is a municipal code violation and could result in a ticket.
The cities of Littleton and Englewood are continuing the annual leaf-recycling program for the south metro area. In the previous twenty five years of the program, 33,500 cubic yards of leaves have been recycled. Tire recycling is no longer offered.
Open Saturday, October 31, 8 a.m. -1 p.m.
Open Saturday November 7, 8 a.m. -1 p.m.
Masks are required to be worn when unloading
There is no Littleton or Englewood residency requirement for the free leaf drop-off. Residents with tree branches, shrubs, and/or mixed loads of organic recyclables, as well as lawn service companies or other commercial ventures will be charged regular gate fees of $12 per cubic yard.
- This program is open for free residential leaf recycling.
- Bring leaves in bags, trash cans or tarped loads.
- Lawn service companies or other commercial ventures will be charged regular gate fees of $12 per cubic yard.
- A1 Organics Mountain States offers a variety of landscape products for sale at this site and will be providing vouchers for reduced-price purchases to program participants.
For more information, call 303-795-3766.
Directions from the south
Take South Santa Fe Drive (US Highway 85) north to Union Avenue (first traffic signal north of Belleview). Go west and take an immediate right turn onto the Santa Fe frontage road and head north. Turn right at the tee intersection and stay on the frontage road. After 0.2 miles turn left (west on Radcliffe Avenue). Radcliffe Avenue ends after 0.4 miles at A1 Organics Mountain States. Call 303-808-9678 if can’t find the site.
Directions from the north
Take South Santa Fe Drive (US Highway 85) south to West Oxford Avenue (first traffic signal south of Hampden Avenue). Go west and turn left at the first light onto the Santa Fe frontage road and head south. After 0.4 miles turn right (west on Radcliffe Avenue). Radcliffe Avenue ends after 0.4 miles at A1 Organics Mountain States.