If you put your leaves out with curbside trash

Republic will pick up leaves placed curbside according to the following rule: On the first service day, all trash is picked up and one cubic yard of leaves is collected. On the second service day, all leaves and trash are collected.

Beginning November 12, 2021 through January 21, 2022 Arlington residents may bring bagged leaves to one of four collection sites for free leaf recycling.

  • Arlington Landfill - 800 Mosier Valley Rd.
  • U.T.A. baseball parking lot on Mitchell Street east of Fielder Rd. - No contractors
  • Bowman Springs Park – 7003 W. Poly Webb Rd. – No contractors
  • S.J. Stovall Park - 2800 W. Sublett Rd. - No contractors
  • Veterans Park - 3600 W. Arkansas Lane - No contractors
  • Vandergriff Park - 2800 S Center Street - No contractors
  • Cravens Park - 400 Cravens Park Drive - No contractors
  • Harold Patterson Sports Complex - 1000 W Bardin Road - No contractors
  • Randol Mill Park (parking lot North of the Softball fields) - 1901 W Randol Mill Road - No contractors

In an effort to improve the environment and our community, this service is provided by the City of Arlington for Arlington residents only. 

If the dumpsters are full, please neatly stack the bags next to the dumpster.  

Dumpster service dates depend on frequency of use.  To start, the dumpsters will be serviced twice a week, Fridays and Mondays. If you notice the dumpsters overfilling, please email us at recycling@arlingtontx.gov to report it.  

When taking leaves to one of the drop off sites or the Arlington landfill, please remember that kraft and compostable lawn bags are preferred.  Plastic bags are also accepted but will need to be debagged at the landfill.


  • NO Contractors
  • NO Trash or Tree Limbs
  • NO Illegal Dumping

If you have a contractor who will rake and bag your leaves, let them know that they can take them to the landfill. They will  have to de-bag the leaves at the facility. For information call 817-354-2300. Contractors are NOT allowed to drop off leaves at the other sites.

Did you know Composting your leaves and grass clippings creates rich garden soil and helps reduce landfill waste. 

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