Wilseyville Transfer Station

Wilseyville Transfer Station

4598 Blizzard Mine Road, Wilseyville CA

Disposal Facilities Locator Map

Transfer Station: (209) 419-7269 and Yard Waste Annex: (209) 293-7566

All Customers Must Present ID to Verify Residency

  • Because there is no charge for disposal of normal household trash and recyclables, residents of neighboring counties frequently try to dispose of trash at Calaveras County Transfer Stations. Checking IDs is the most effective way to prevent this illegal disposal and to preserve your tax dollars.
  • Part time Calaveras County residents - Present a copy of your tax bill, showing the Solid Waste fee to the attendant.

Open Fridays through Mondays from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Easter Sunday

What is Accepted at Wilseyville Transfer Station

Household Trash, Recyclables and Cardboard

10 November 2022

Household Trash, Recyclables and Cardboard

  • Household Trash - No more than two cubic yards of household trash can be accepted per day, free of charge (approximate dimensions of the bed of a short bed pick-up truck).
  • Mixed Recyclables - Recycle all plastics marked 1 through 7, including glass, jars, newspaper, aluminum, tin, plastic bottles, paperboard, newspaper, phone books, magazines, office and junk mail in the same container. Both CRV and Non-CRV Plastic will be accepted. To receive money for CRV items, please take them to a CRV Center.
  • Cardboard - boxes must be broken down or flattened prior to being placed in the cardboard compactor.

Wilseyville - Yard Waste and Annex

10 November 2022

Wilseyville - Yard Waste and Annex

Wood & Yard Waste (including pine needles): $4.00 per Cubic Yard.

  • Maximum amount of yard waste accepted is 4 cubic yards/day.
  • Logs - over 3 ft in diameter and/or 4 ft long, will not be accepted.
  • Stumps - $8/cubic yard - over 24 inches in diameter will not be accepted. 
  • The following wood products are only accepted at the Rock Creek Solid Waste Facility in Milton:
    • Palm Fronds and Oleander - only accepted at Rock Creek
    • Treated wood (including pressure treated, creosote coated and chemically treated) - only accepted at Rock Creek, $8/cubic yard.


  • All appliances with Freon must be segregated for recycling and are not allowed to be dumped with household trash.
  • We accept all appliances, however, Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers, Stoves, Ovens, Air Conditioning units and Water coolers have a $25.00 charge each.


  • Maximum of 2 tires for free. Only tires <22" can be accepted.
  • Tires larger than 22" must be taken to Rock Creek Solid Waste Facility.

Tires not accepted:

  • Tires on rim with rims over 20 inches in diameter
  • Tires over 32 inches in height
  • Tires on split rims
  • Tractor/farm tires
  • Off-road equipment tires
  • Tracks

Scrap Metal: 

  • Metal drums must have the tops removed, be empty and dry before recycling in metal bins.

Toxics accepted:

  • Electronics
  • Fluorescent Lights
  • Household batteries
  • Auto Batteries
  • Latex Paint
  • Oil, Oil filters and Antifreeze       

For disposal of other materials not accepted at this facility, please see the Rock Creek Solid Waste Facility.