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Posted on: October 17, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Town of Jackson and Teton County ISWR Fall Clean Up

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Town of Jackson and Teton County ISWR Fall Clean-up

Residential Yard Waste Collection

(Drop-off event no curbside collection)  

The Town of Jackson and Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling will be hosting Free Residential Yard Waste Drop-off at the Rodeo Grounds Friday, November 3rd between 9:00am and 6:00pm.  There will be no curbside collection provided for this event.  

  • Bring your leaves, grass, pumpkins, and branches either loose or in compostable bags.
  • Please NO trash.  NO dog poo!
  • Please, NO DUMPING before or after November 3rd!
  • Residents will be expected to unload their yard waste material and sort appropriately.
  • Residential yard waste only.  Not intended for commercial business drop-off.
  • Free compostable yard waste bags are available at the following locations starting Friday, October 13th:
    1. Town Hall (150 East Pearl Street)
    2. Public Works Administrative Office (450 West Snow King Avenue)
    3. Recycling Center (3270 South Adams Canyon Drive)

500 pounds free at the Trash Transfer Station Monday, October 30th through Friday, November 3rd from 7:00am to 3:00pm and Saturday, November 4th from 9:00am to 1:00pm.  

  • Free drop off for up to 500 pounds.
  • Bring your leaves, grass, pumpkins, and branches either loose or in compostable bags.
  • Please NO trash.  NO dog poo!
  • Residents will be expected to unload their yard waste material and sort appropriately.
  • Residential customers only.  Discounts do not apply to commercial trash haulers, landscapers, or other businesses.

Yard waste will be composted locally by Terra Firma Organics rather than trucked away 100 miles to the landfill. 

Fall Burn Week will be held Saturday, October 28th through Sunday, November 5th

  • Town residents wishing to conduct a controlled burn must first contact the Jackson Hole Law Enforcement Agency at 733-2331 prior to striking that match.
  • Citizens are encouraged to act responsibly and always control their burns including only dry grass, leaves, twigs, small branches, and clean wood.  NO TRASH.

The Pumpkin Smash will not take place this year, but feel free to bring your pumpkins and jack-o’-lanterns in for composting at the Rodeo Grounds and Trash Transfer Station.  A designated bin will be available for pumpkin drop-off at the Recycling Center until Friday, November 10th.  Candles, decorations, and adornments must be removed.

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