1040 Whitley Ave., Corcoran CA 93212   |   Phone: (559) 992-3115

The city is hosting its annual Fall Clean-Up Oct. 1-8.  This year, eligible residents who receive trash, green waste and recycle services within the City of Corcoran and Corcoran fringe area must present a voucher when entering the Kings Waste and Recycle facility.  

Residents will not be allowed to dump for free without presenting the voucher and due to budget cut-backs, the voucher is only good for one free pick-up or trailer load.
Residents will also have to pay for dumping tires and appliances containing Freon.   Passenger tires will be $3 each and truck tires $6 each, payable at KWRA.   Appliances with Freon, such as refrigerators, freezers and air conditioning units, will be $15 each.   
Event hours are Monday – Saturday, 7 a.m. – 4 p.m..  Household hazardous waste will be accepted only on Saturday, Oct. 1, from 9a.m. – 2p.m.  This includes paints, pesticides, herbicides, thinners and/or bleaches.  Kings Waste and Recycle is closed on Sundays.  
The vouchers will be available beginning Sept. 26, and can be picked up at Corcoran City Hall, 832 Whitley Ave.   To obtain a voucher, individuals must be a resident of the city and receive city services, and/or be a resident of the city fringe area who receives city services. 
KWRA does not accept debit or credit cards for payment. Instead, those who pay at the gate must do so with checks or cash.

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