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Transfer Station Use
The Transfer Station is open for use by city residents free of charge if disposing of household waste from your PRIMARY RESIDENCE. Resident must present identification showing current residence and/or association with the active utility account.
If dumping from property other than your primary residence the fees is $40.15 per ton.
The Landfill is also an option with considerable savings:
$30.80 per ton for construction and demolition material
$19.80 per ton for organic material such as grass clippings, tree limbs...etc.
How to Use the Transfer Station
Pull up to the Transfer Station office and stop on the west bound Scales. Be prepared to present proof of your city residence. Stay on the weigh scales until the attendant tells you to proceed to the Transfer Building. Enter the Transfer Building, follow the directions of the Attendant and dump your material. Leave the Transfer Building and pull onto the scales in the exit lane next to the Office and weigh out.
There are items that will not be accepted at the Transfer Station:
1. Roofing Shingles (accepted at the Landfill)
2. Dirt, Concrete (accepted at the Landfill)
3. Demolition and Construction Debris (accepted at the Landfill)
4. Commercial Truck Tires
5. Refrigerators and Air Conditioners that have not had the FREON professionally removed and are tagged as such.
6. Hazardous Materials