How to Dispose

Proper disposal of household hazardous waste, leaves and grass clippings is vital to protecting our environment. When it rains, many of these items become part of stormwater runoff that can clog storm drains or contaminate the nearest stream harming fish and other living things.

Follow our guidelines below on how and where to properly dispose of your household hazardous waste, yard debris and fall leaves. Learn where the nearest RV dump station is located. In the fall, be sure to check out our convenient leaf drop-off calendars. Learn more about your home recycling options at Washington County Recycling. You can also report storm drain dumping to us.

The Tualatin River is 80 miles long.

The Tualatin River

Receive news on what we are doing in the community and our innovative solutions to continue on providing clean water.