Ville de Laval

    Fallen Leaves

    Ville de Laval collects fallen leaves and distributes them to regional farmer for transformation into fertilizer. There are 2 different ways to participate: with the home collection or by bringing your leaves in one of our self deposit sites. If you already benefit from the organic waste collection​, you can also place your leaves in your brown bin in order to convert them into compost.

    Home Collection

    Period and day of collection:

    The collection of dead leaves at home was from October 15 to November 16, 2018.

    NEW 2018: Dead leaf collection now takes place on the same day as the organic waste collection, or the 2nd working day after garbage collection if you do not have your brown bin yet.

    To know your collection day, refer to this card:


    • Stock the leaves in paper bags (plastic bags are not accepted) or in your brown bin and place them to the curb before 7 a.m.
    • Don't include branches or garbage

    ​​Leaves with maple tar spot disease are now accepted in municipal collection. Therefore you can include maple leaves with black spots with your refuse.

    Pumpkins and bundles of straw are also accepted in home collection or at the self deposit sites.​​

    ​Please note that it is strictly forbidden, and punishable by fine, to sweep away dead leaves in the street (regulation L-6070).

    Self deposit sites

    All the deposit sites are currently closed.

    Centre de la nature
    3999, boulevard de la Concorde Est, Saint-Vincent-de-Paul

    Aréna Lucerne 
    1750, rue De Neuville, Vimont

    Piscine des Saules 
    100, boulevard Saint-Saëns Ouest, Auteuil

    Halte des Prairies 
    294, boulevard des Prairies, Laval-des-Rapides​

    ​Parc Rosaire-Gauthier
    125, boulevard Lévesque Est, Laval-des-Rapides

    Parc Berthiaume-du-Tremblay 
    50, promenade des Îles, Chomedey​

    Parc Saint-Martin 
    4026, rue Gaboury​, Chomedey

    Aire de réception des matériaux secs
    4026, boulevard Dagenais, Fabreville

    Aréna Martin-St-Louis
    655, rue Sylvie, Sainte-Dorothée​

    Parc Isabelle
    400, rue Jacques, Fabreville​

    Parc Laval-Ouest, site Saint-Antoine
    3150, chemin Saint-Antoine, Laval-Ouest 

    Other alternatives​

    You can get rid of your fallen leaves by adding them to your domestic compost or by destroying them with you lawn mower. By doing so, you will benefit from an excellent, and free, natural fertilizer!

    For more information

    ​​​​​​​Multiservice Counter​
    1333, boulevard Chomedey
    First floor 
    Case postale 422
    Succursale Saint-Martin
    Laval (Québec)  H7V 3Z4


    From outside Laval
    ​450 978-8000

    Pages vertes de Laval

    You want to find out how to get rid of residual materials while respecting the environment? Use the Pages vertes de Laval​.