Tree debris drop-off sites established in Omaha and Sarpy County

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Following Friday evening's storm, tree debris drop-off sites have been established at several places across the metro.


The city of Omaha will have two tree debris drop-off locations open beginning at noon Sunday:

  • Towl Park at 93 and Center streets
  • Ta Ha Zouka Park at 905 Elkhorn Drive in Elkhorn

These locations will remain open until further notice.

The hours will be 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at both locations.

City employees will be on site to help.

Proof of Omaha residency will be required.


The city of La Vista has established a tree debris drop-off site for storm-related damage.

The drop-off site is located at the La Vista Soccer Complex, on the east side of 66th Street, three blocks south of Harrison Street.

City officials ask that you follow the signs when entering the parking lot.

Only tree debris will be accepted---no trash or other construction debris.

The drop-off site will open at noon on Saturday and will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. through June 26.


In Bellevue, the drop-off site for tree debris only is the old Cedar Island Landfill north of Cornhusker on Cedar Island Road Sunday and Monday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.


For Papillion residents, the drop-off site for tree debris only is at the Papillion Public Works on 99th and Portal streets Sunday "until dark."


Springfield city officials have established three drop-off sites for tree debris only:

  • Spruce and Railroad streets
  • Main and Railroad streets
  • 3rd and Poplar streets


In Sarpy County, residents can drop off tree debris at three locations.

  • Wehrspann Lake
  • South area on the south side of Highway 370 at approximately 163rd Street.
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