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Posted on: October 17, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Leaf and yard waste drop-off information for the fall of 2022


The Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District's annual fall leaf drop-off will continue in the same format for 2022 as was done in 2021.  As with last year, the Sewer and Water District and its partner, the City of Liberty Lake, will not be picking up leaf bags curbside.  

However, assistance will be available only to those who are physically unable to dispose of leaves or who are in specific areas that are inaccessible by vehicle (lakeside).  For those who require assistance, the District and the City will have volunteers and/or staff who can come pick up pre-bagged leaves.  To request assistance, please contact the Sewer and Water District office at 509-922-5443 or  The Sewer and Water District also encourages those with the means to transport yard waste to assist those in need.

As during 2021, the Sewer and Water District allows drop-off of leaf and yard waste at its Water Reclamation Facility on Indiana Avenue.  The drop-off area will be open from dawn to dusk during the entire month of November.  Click here for driving directions.

The following items are prohibited at the Water Reclamation Facility:  Rocks, stumps, root balls, trees, branches, limbs, shrubs, sod, pumpkins, and garbage.

Click here to see more information at the Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District.

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