Update - 1/17/23: The tree limb disposal area at East Galena Park is closed. Our Parks crews will be working on disposing of a substantial amount of debris. From this point forward any drop-off of debris in this area will be considered illegal dumping and will be enforced. Our Parks department provided this service to assist residents with removal of downed limbs following the major winter storm we experienced a couple of weeks ago. It is not an ongoing disposal site. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation.
Update - 1/12/2023: The last day for tree limb drop off is Sunday, January 15.
Draper City Parks crews have been busy collecting downed tree limbs in City-maintained areas following the big New Year storm. We know that home and business owners have also had this issue, so Draper City is providing a disposal area at East Galena Park (12500 S. Vista Station - on the far east side near the railroad tracks). Residents may drop off limbs/branches there and our parks department will dispose of them as they are able. Reminder - tree debris is the responsibility of the homeowner/property owner. Draper City cannot respond to clear debris from private property, and debris should not be left in gutters or outside of cans for curbside garbage pickup.
Finally, we ask for your patience as crews are working to catch up with plowing sidewalks adjacent to city property following the additional help needed with road plowing and hazards such as the fallen tree limbs.
When snow is in the forecast, please plan for off-street snow parking. We appreciate your cooperation and help given to neighbors who need assistance with snow removal or parking.