Durham County Council will resume the fortnightly collections for more than 190,000 eligible properties in March 2016.
Householders can subscribe to the service, which offers 17 collections between spring and autumn, for an annual fee of £20.
Following feedback from residents who used the service last year an additional collection has been added for the 2016 scheme.
Cllr Brian Stephens, Cabinet member for neighbourhoods and local partnerships at Durham County Council, said: “The garden waste collection service is a convenient way for residents to dispose of and recycle their garden waste.
“Nearly 65,000 people subscribed to the service in 2015 and we are very pleased to be able to offer 17 collections for 2016, with no increase in the annual fee of £20, and would encourage people to sign up to take advantage of the service.”
Residents wishing to receive all 17 collections must sign up before 14 February 2016.
Those who do subscribe will receive a pink bin sticker and a collection calendar, which will be issued from January 2016.
Anyone who has already subscribed to the service for three years will automatically receive their sticker and collection calendar in January.
For more information about garden waste collections or to subscribe people can go to www.durham.gov.uk/gardenwaste or call 03000 261 000.
In Teesdale, garden waste collections are provided by Rotters Composting and residents in this area should contact Rotters direct to arrange collections at www.rotters.org or by calling 01833 690 022.