Superior Yard Waste Site

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Yard Waste Recycling Facility Open Year-Round

The Town's Yard Waste site, located at 2125 Honey Creek Lane, is now open year-round to accommodate the extended Colorado growing season.

Yard waste site is for RESIDENTS ONLY. Please remember to have your ID or some form of resident identification when dropping items off at the yard waste site. This site is not to be used for commercial use.

Days and hours of operation are:

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Wednesdays
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Saturdays
8:00 am - Noon & 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sundays
8:00 am - Noon & 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Items that are accepted include: 

  • grass clippings
  • small branches (6 inches or less in diameter)
  • leaves and other organic yard material

Items that not are accepted include:

  • rock
  • large branches (greater than 6 inches in diameter)
  • sod
  • lumber

Please remember that ONLY items listed above are accepted. Please do not place non-organic items in the Yard Waste bins. If a bin is contaminated with trash, debris, large branches, etc. the bin is considered to be trash and cannot be used for compost. The Yard Waste site is a great amenity for the Town, please be respectful of the service.


FREE COMPOST
is available to Superior residents ("closing the loop" processing and re-using our yard waste drop-off site materials). Any Superior resident can stop by the Yard Waste Recycling Facility during the hours listed above to receive compost for their yard. There is a limited amount of compost so it will be available on a first-come first-served basis – please be prepared to show identification with a Superior address.

Compost does wonders for the soil allowing air into the soil, allowing the soil to retain moisture longer and providing beneficial bacteria for the plants in your landscape. Using ground yard waste mulch in your landscape can reduce the amount of water used to maintain your plants in a healthy state. Mulching needs to be done every year to maintain an insulating layer between the atmosphere and the soil. You can put it on now to prepare your beds for planting.