Recycling Events and Collection Programs

The following waste recycling and collection programs are provided by the City of Grants Pass as well as local sanitation businesses. The events will appear on the calendar to the right when scheduled.

City of Grants Pass Programs

The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety operates the following programs:

  • Burn Windows - See the Burn Windows page for more information.
  • Prescription Drug Take-Back October 28, 2017 at Public Safety, 101 NW A Street, Grants Pass, OR.

Other Programs

These services are provided by non-City businesses, which we add to our calendar for the benefit of our public.

Fall Leaf Collection 2017

November 1, 2017 - December 15, 2017

2017 Fall Leaf Pickup Flyer

Fall Leaf Pickup and Yard Debris collection for customers of Republic Services or Southern Oregon Sanitation begins on November 1, 2017 and will end December 15, 2017.  During this time your yard debris cart will be picked up each week on your regular service day instead of every other week.

Changes

Bagged leaves are no longer accepted for free during the fall leaf collection window. They will not be picked up, but you can take leaves to the JOCO Transfer Station/Recycle Center located at 1749 Merlin Rd., GP.  Call 541-479-3371 for more information

If you are not a Southern Oregon Sanitation or Republic Services customer, take your leaves to JOCO Transfer Station and it is free for disposal from Nov 1-Dec 15, 2017

For More Details:

Contact your garbage provider for more details, or if your home is missed.

  • Republic Services 541-479-3371
  • Southern Oregon Sanitation 541-479-5335

Illegal Waste Haulers

The City and Josephine County have franchise agreements to provide solid waste services. ONLY these franchised organizations are authorized to pick up, haul, and dispose of solid waste within the county. Waste haulers have bins that can be used for debris hauling and if you are approached by individuals to haul away your debris, call to verify if it is their container or you may be held financially responsible.