Residents are able to dispose of tree parts, shrubs and brush at the Town of Devon Public Works Yard located at 10 Exploration Drive in the Devon Industrial Park. Disposal is free of charge and year-round. Diseased trees with Black Knot or Dutch Elm disease are also accepted.
Brown bags with grass clippings, leaves or construction wood are not accepted at the Town Yard. They can be disposed of at the Devon Recycling Depot.
Monday - Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed Saturday & Sunday
Tree branch and shrub disposal is available after hours in the drop off area on the south side of the Town Yard.
What you pour down your sink can "drain" your bank account. Fats, oils, and grease can cause sewer backups by blocking the main sewer lines as well as those on private property, causing expensive property damage. Like the City of Edmonton, The Town of Devon is asking our residents to "store it, don't pour it!".
Please store fats and grease in disposable containers with lids. The containers can then be placed in the garbage. Used cooking oil should be cooled and put into a covered plastic bottle, labeled and also put out for garbage collection. Residents who are disposing of more than one litre of used cooking oil must take it to the Devon Recycling Depot. If you are disposing of less than a litre of cooking oil, it can be disposed of in your organics cart.
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