The yard debris drop-off site opens TODAY at Best Buy in Town Landscape Supply*
*In previous years, Northwest Landscape Services (NLS) was the yard debris quarantine drop site, Best Buy in Town Landscape Supply (BBIT) is the new yard debris quarantine site.
**The yard debris quarantine drop site is opening later in the season than past years, this delay is a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Best Buy in Town Landscape Supply
2200 NE Cornelius Pass Rd
Hillsboro, OR - 503-506-6446
Hours for yard debris drop-off starting June 1 2020:
Monday - Saturday 7 am to 4:30 pm
The redirection of curbside materials for deep burial at Hillsboro landfill began on April 1, 2020.
Who needs to use this drop-off site?:
This quarantine is in place to help stop the spread of Japanese beetle. Landscapers and residents with large loads of yard debris (materials that do not fit in curbside containers) within the quarantine boundary (see map below) must use this FREE drop-off site for large loads of yard debris that contains quarantined material (see list below). Residents within the treatment area can also continue to use their curbside containers for smaller loads of yard debris. All curbside containers are being re-directed to Hillsboro landfill for deep burial.
Drop site instructions:
Landscapers & residents within the quarantine boundary must enter Best Buy in Town Landscape Supply through the main entrance on Cornelius Pass and park in front of the main BBIT office.
A customer service person will help confirm that the yard debris is from the Japanese beetle quarantined area and direct you from where to go next.
The quarantine means all quarantined yard debris must be either:
Accepted Materials (Materials under quarantine)
Flyers to print and distribute to your landscaper and/or crew:
Flyer in English
Flyer in Spanish (español)
Map of quarantined area. Please note this area has expanded since from 2019.
This website is intended to provide readers with information that has been peer reviewed and produced from transparent and accountable sources. The Oregon Department of Agriculture is the lead agency for this project and maintains this website.