Curbside collection, drop-off locations, and hazardous debris sites.
Crews are collecting all remaining curbside debris the week of March 25 – 29, 2019. Anything that is tossed on the street after crews have swept an area between March 25 – 29, and thereafter, will be considered illegal dumping and violators will be prosecuted according to the Sonoma County Penal Code.
The curbside debris collection program was in place to assist residents impacted by the flood in the unincorporated lower Russian River. Residents were encouraged to place their debris on the curb through Sunday, March 24th.
Separate your debris
- Appliances /metals
- Household Hazardous Waste
Move parked cars
Move parked cars along main and rural roads so that curbside pick-ups crews can move through the area easily.
Slow for the Cone Zone
Curbside collection will include large trucks, bins, and a crew. Drive cautiously and stay alert around workers.
Remove refrigerator doors
Identify anything with an air-tight seal, and dismantle it. Common air-tight items like refrigerators are dangerous to children and animals, who might play or become trapped in them.
Curbside Debris Collection Zones
- Zone Overview (PDF) – Updated 3/11/2019
- Pacific Sanitation Zones (PDF) – Updated 3/8/2019
- Recology Zones (PDF) – Updated 3/11/2019
- Republic Waste Zones (PDF) – Updated 3/11/2019
- Sonoma Waste Zones (PDF) – Updated 3/8/2019
Final Drop-off for Household Hazardous Waste
The California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) will be holding a final household hazardous waste (HHW) drop-off event on Saturday, March 23rd, at the Sunset Beach Parking Lot from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
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