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Roll-Off Containers
Roll-Off Containers Available
See Fee Schedule


Container / Dumpster Cost
15 Cubic Yard Container
Measurements:
Call the Sanitation Department for current pricing.
11'L x 6'4"W x 5'H with open top.
30 Cubic Yard Container
Measurements:
Call the Sanitation Department for current pricing.
22'L x 7'W x 5'H with open top
1.5 Cubic Yard Dumpster
Measurements:
Call the Sanitation Department for current pricing.
 5' L x 2'.5 " W x 4' H

Note: Everything must fit into the roll-off container level with the top so the screens will close. Weekly Rental Fee for 15 and 30 Cubic Yard Containers is Waived if the container is unloaded weekly.

Items That Should Not Be Placed in Roll-Off Containers
  • Hazardous Wastes:  Items such as oil, gasses, paints, stains, pesticides, florescent light bulbs, batteries, etc., should not be placed in a roll-off container. These items can be accepted Monday - Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. CLOSED 12:00 to 12:30 p.m. for lunch.
  • E-Waste (Electronic Waste): Items with any electronic components in them cannot be thrown into the roll-off container (i.e., TVs , stereos, computers, cell phones). We accept these items at the Transfer Station. This service is free for private residences, but there is a charge for businesses.
  • White Goods: Appliances such as refrigerators, freezers, air-conditioners, washers, dryers, and stoves should not be placed in a roll-off container. Call the Sanitation Department at (307) 637-6440 for proper disposal of these items.
  • Tires: Tires cannot be thrown into the roll-off. Call the Sanitation Department at (307) 637-6440 for proper disposal of those items.
  • Yard Waste: Grass, leaves, tree branches, garden wastes, and other things of that nature should not be placed in the roll-offs. These items can be taken to the Compost Facility free of charge.

Heavy Items
If you are throwing away anything heavy (i.e., dirt, cement, shingles) you may only fill the roll-off container half to two-thirds full, due to the weight. If the roll-off is too heavy, trucks will not be able to lift the container. Weight limitations are also enforced by the Highway Patrol and Sheriff’s Department.