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Leaf Disposal & Food Drive Event @ Cook Park
Area residents are encouraged to drop off leaves and donate non-perishable food items at the 18th annual free Leaf Disposal and Food Drive. The event will be held at Cook Park, at the end of 92nd Avenue just off of Durham Road near Tigard High School.
Drop off leaves and food items between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on:
» Saturday, December 12, 2020
- Face coverings are required.
- Leaves can be loose or bagged. Paper bags, purchased at local hardware stores, are preferred. Plastic bags may be used for transport, but must be emptied before leaves are accepted by city staff.
- This event is free, though a donation of two non-perishable food items is recommended. Donations will be forwarded to area residents through Tigard’s St. Vincent de Paul food distribution facility.
- For more information, contact Rob Block, Wastewater Operations Supervisor at 503-718-2607 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Submit a Public Works Service Request Online: www.tigard-or.gov/pw_request
- By Phone
- During Work Hours (Mon–Thurs: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.): 503-718-2591
- After-hours: 503-639-1554
- Your water remains safe to drink. The COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking-water supplies. Lake Oswego and Tigard invested in an advanced state-of-the-art water treatment plant that uses chlorination and ozone as a combined disinfectant. Ozone is a strong oxidizer that is highly effective against bacteria and viruses, especially in combination with chlorine. Learn more about drinking water and COVID-19.
- Parks are open. Observe CDC’s recommended social distancing of 6’ from other persons at all times. Use of outdoor equipment is at your own risk.
- In support of our business community, permits and inspections are being completed. Please visit www.tigard-or.gov/permits for more information.
We need your help
- Please observe CDC’s minimum recommended social distancing of 6 feet from city staff at all times. When our crews are safe, everyone wins!
- Please do not flush anything besides toilet paper. Even if you run low on toilet paper, avoid flushing wipes (even those marketed as "flushable"), paper towels or other products. They can clog pipes and cause a real pain in the drain.