The two major cities on the Iowa side of the Quad Cities have started their 'No Sticker Yard Waste Weeks' to help get your yard cleaned up and ready for summer.

If you have some leaves leftover from fall or are already able to cut your grass, you'll be able to get rid of those clippings and other yard waste in those yard waste bags for free.


Every fall and spring, the cities of Davenport and Bettendorf have 'No Sticker Yard Waste Weeks'. This is a chance for you to get rid of lawn clippings, leaves, and other yard waste without purchasing a Yard Waste Sticker.

In an announcement on social media, the Davenport Public Works announced that curbside yard waste collection resumes and spring No Sticker Yard Waste Weeks are here.

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Officials say that yard waste curbside collection will resume on Monday, April 1. Residents in Davenport and Bettendorf can place yard waste in a kraft-ply bag for collection on the resident's regular collection day. When it's not during the 'No Sticker Yard Waste Weeks,' a sticker must be placed on each bag to be collected. If the resident has the service, waste may also be placed in the resident's yard waste cart.

To begin the resuming of yard waste curbside collection, Davenport and Bettendorf residents will not need to place a sticker on those bags.

No Sticker Yard Waste Weeks for Davenport and Bettendorf will take place from Monday, April 1 through Friday, April 12, 2024. During that time, residents may place their yard waste in those kraft-ply bags for collection on their regular collection day without a sticker. Officials say that during the same time, if you have the service, yard waste may also be placed in a yard waste cart without a fee. Residents of Davenport and Bettendorf can also drop off yard waste at the Davenport Compost Facility without a fee.

Davenport Public Works officials remind residents that bundled brush is always collected without a fee. The brush must be bundled in lengths no longer than 5 feet and weigh no more than 50 lbs. for collection. Officials also remind residents to always use recyclable/decomposable material such as twine when bundling the brush.

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