In an effort to reduce illegal dumping, Nevada County, Waste Management, the Bureau of Land Management's California State Office and Mother Lode Field Office, and the Tahoe National Forest are hosting a tire amnesty event daily on October 1st through 5th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at different locations throughout Nevada County.
What kind of tires can I bring?
Tires are not accepted from businesses and no tractor or commercial tires or tires with rims are allowed. Nevada County residents can dispose of up to nine tires at no cost at the following locations:
October 1st -2nd:
Waste Management-McCourtney Road Transfer Station & Recycling Center, 14741 Wolf Mountain Road, Grass Valley, CA 95949
Penn Valley Rodeo (behind the fire station), 10153 Spenceville Road, Penn Valley, CA 95946
Waste Management-North San Juan Transfer Station, 10125 Flume St., North San Juan, CA 95960
Waste Management-Washington Transfer Station, 15886 Gaston Road, Washington, CA 95986
Have more than 9 tires?
Individuals who wish to dispose of more than nine tires must request an exemption letter from the Nevada County Department of Environmental Health by calling (530) 265-1469.