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More than 1000 tons of tree debris and pallets is chipped into mulch and given free to Alachua County residents each year.

Alachua County citizens are allowed as much mulch as is available at the time of their request on a first-come first-serve basis. Please call, (352) 334-0172, to confirm that mulch is available before visiting the Environmental Park to pick up mulch. Citizens must load their own mulch.

Gainesville Regional Utilities offers delivery of recycled wood chips, also. See GRU Wood Chip Recycling Program.

 

Directions to Leveda Brown Environmental Park

From I-75 to Environmental Park:

Get off at exit 390 (NW 39th Avenue) and travel east for approximately 10 miles. Turn north on Waldo Road and travel approximately 2.5 miles past the Gainesville Regional Airport. The Environmental Park will be on the right; look for signs. Turn east onto NE 63rd Avenue and travel less than 1 half mile. Turn right into the park and check in at the first building on the left.

From 441 to Environmental Park:

Take SR 441 (NW 13th Street) north approximately 2.4 miles to NE 39th Avenue. Turn east onto NE 39th Avenue and travel approximately 3 miles to Waldo Road. Take Waldo Road north for approximately 2.5 miles past the Gainesville Regional Airport. The Environmental Park will be on the right; look for signs. Turn east onto NE 63rd Avenue and travel less than 1 half mile. Turn right into the park and check in at the first building on the left.





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