The City of Arvada had designated a tree limb drop-off site at the
Stenger Sports Complex beginning October 29 for Arvada residents as they begin
cleaning up from the late October snow.
The broken tree limb drop-off location is set for the southeast portion of the Stenger
Sports Complex. Arvada residents are asked to take the Oak Street entrance and follow
the signs to the drop-off site. The site will be open October 29—November 2 from 8 a.m.
until 6:00 p.m. Proof of residency is required and only broken tree limbs will be accepted.
(Please, no yard waste or trash.)
The site is open to Arvada residents only. Contractors cannot dispose of broken tree
limbs at this location.
Other options for residents as they clear broken branches from the storm:
Follow branch pick-up rules set by your trash hauler.
Visit the Rooney Road Recycling Center. All downed tree limbs, regardless of
size, may be taken to the Rooney Road Recycling Center for disposal. The facility is
open daily from 8am-4pm and is located at 151 S. Rooney Rd. For additional
information, call 303-316-6262 ext. 3 or visit http://www.rooneyroadrecycling.org ”
If you’re still having trouble disposing of your broken tree limbs, you can call the City of
Arvada’s Parks Department for advice at 720-898-7410.
“While the damage from this storm could have been much worse, it’s important that the
City work with our residents to address this situation and help make the cleanup process
as easy as possible,” said Arvada City Manager, Mark Deven.