The Convenience Collection Center is a convenient, professionally staffed, drive-thru service for disposing of non-hazardous recyclable items, household garbage and trash and yard waste.
You may also purchase and drop off Pay-As-You-Throw Bags.
Location: 807 S. Perkins Road (8th Avenue and U.S. 177)
Checks and Cash: While many items may be disposed of free of charge, the Convenience Collection Center accepts checks and cash as payment when there is a fee.
Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m.to 6 p.m.
Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed Sunday and Monday and city-observed holidays.
Trailers are prohibited.
Yard waste (also called green or vegetative waste)
One load per day up to 120 cubic feet (length x height x width)
Limbs must be less than 8 feet in length
You will need to bring a City of Stillwater utility bill that was issued within the last three months and an I.D. The last name must match the name or address on the bill.
4 tires per day without rims
Appliances containing Freon (refrigerators), must be purged and have a sticker affixed to it that certifies it was purged correctly.
Textiles & clothing
(Fees effective July 1, 2013. Fees are set by the Stillwater Utilities Authority).
Containers up to 35 gallons (garbage) / $1.50
Small furniture items (up to standard recliner size) / $5
Medium furniture (loveseat) / $10
Large furniture items (up to standard couch size) / $15
Small electronics (clock radio, hold in one hand) / $5
Medium electronics (takes two hands but not very heavy) / $10
Large electronics (large stereo, bulky or heavy) / $15
Compact fluorescent/CFL light bulbs / $0.25 per bulb
Fluorescent tubes/FL light bulbs / $0.25 per bulb
TVs/monitors / $20
1 gallon latex paint / $2
5 gallon latex paint / $7
Small wood load / $5
Medium wood load / $10
Large wood load / $15
Mattress (any size) / $5
Carpet load / $5 to $20
Items prohibited by law
Non-recyclable commercial waste