Douglas County Solid Waste

Transfer Stations and Hours

Disposal Fees

Roseburg Transfer Station   Holiday Closures
I-5 exit 121, McLain Ave Roseburg, OR
  All Douglas County Solid Waste Facilities are closed on the following Holidays:
(541) 672-3311 New Years Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents' Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day
Open: Wednesday thru Sunday
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Closed: Monday and Tuesday

During the hot summer months, we are asking residents to please use caution, and help to properly dispose of flammable, combustible and hot waste materials. Click here to review our “Help Us Prevent Landfill Fires” guide and please obey all posted signs, warnings and solid waste worker recommendations.

Need MULCH for yard projects?  Come to the Roseburg Transfer Station.  We offer MULCH (ground up leaves, grass and yard trimmings) for citizens to use for home and garden projects.   Our mulch self-load is free.  However, if you are interested, we offer mulch load service for $15.00.  Please inquire at the Roseburg Transfer Station Pay Booth or call 541-957-7712 for more details.

ATTENTION: Clean Dirt or Soil Wanted!
Douglas County Solid Waste Division is accepting clean fill dirt or soil at the Roseburg Landfill for loads of 5 yards or more.  Loads must be clean and be pre-approved before unloading.  Call the Solid Waste Department at (541) 440-4483 for more information.  Clean dirt or soil is free of: yard debris; rocks; refuse; paper plastic and glass; wire; tree roots, branches and twigs; blackberry briars; and poison oak leaves and shrubs.  The Roseburg Landfill is located at 384 McLain West Avenue in Roseburg, Oregon.  They are open Wednesday to Saturday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Click on the Recycle Link on the left for updated information on changes to our recycling program as of June 1, 2018. Please continue to check back periodically for updates.

Reduce-Reuse-Recycle are three very important steps to take when properly managing the disposal of the waste we generate. Everyone is responsible for their own garbage and the best way to deal with it is to generate as little as possible. Waste prevention (creating less waste in the first place) will save time, money, landfill space and be good to the environment. Click Waste Prevention for ideas about how you can generate less garbage before you practice the 3R’s.

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