Information from the Solid Waste Department


All sites are open per their usual schedules. Tire recycle areas are open at both Weaverville and Hayfork sites.

BILLING ERROR: Annual parcel fee bills were printed with the wrong year. Please disregard these bills but keep any of the enclosed affidavits and information letter that you need. The printing service sent out new corrected bills & disposal cards with the billing date of 4/18/22 this week. We apologize for any inconvenience this caused.

The Solid Waste office is open 7:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. Alternatively, or outside normal business hours, correspondence and payments can be put in the drop box that is on the side of the building. Payments may also be made online by credit card at There is a fee of $3.95 charged by the payment processing site.


We are currently experiencing staff shortages that may cause delays in residential and commercial routes servicing and may also cause sporadic closure of remote sites and the metal/brush/inert area at the Weaverville transfer station.

Electronic waste recycle area remains closed at this time while we finish clearing accumulated materials.

OVERSIZED AND BULKY ITEMS: In an effort to limit damages to equipment and facilities, Solid Waste attendants at all sites will be enforcing length restrictions which limit construction debris, piping, wire, irrigation lines and similar materials to 4-foot lengths.
Any bulky or oversized materials (tarps, furniture, etc.) must either be cut in 3 to 4-foot lengths or be reduced to the most minimum volume possible.
Solid Waste reserves the right to reject any load that may damage containers, trucks, heavy equipment or facilities; and to determine fees by weight or volume as the attendant deems appropriate for the nature of the load at the Weaverville Transfer Station.

TREATED WOOD WASTE (TWW): According to state regulation, treated wood waste must be handled as a separate waste stream due to the chemical preservatives used to protect the wood from insects and decay. We are currently working to develop a handling system for disposal of this material, but currently none of the transfer sites can accept it. For questions regarding disposal of treated wood waste, contact the Department of Toxic Substances Control at 
TWW is any wood treated with chemical preservatives to protect from insects and decay.
This includes (but is not limited to) items such as:

  • Fence posts, Guardrails and Pilings,
  • Sill plates, Decking and Railroad ties,
  • Landscape timbers, Patio wood/posts

Please call 530-623-1326 x 199 for a recorded message to check status of the transfer sites.

If we miss your service due to weather conditions, residential customers have the option of setting out extra containers matching up to their regular service the following week or calling the office to receive a credit on their account. Commercial customers should contact Dispatch at 530-623-1326 x112 for information.

Reminder to Residential pick-up clients: all trash needs to be bagged, tied and secure with no loose trash in cans or we will not be able to service your account.