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Lucerne Valley-Camp Rock Transfer Station available to Lucerne residents

The County of San Bernardino Department of Public Works Solid Waste Management Division is reminding residents of Lucerne about our Transfer Station in Lucerne for residential trash.

Lucerne Valley Camp Rock Transfer Station is at 27805 Squaw Bush Road in Lucerne Valley. Operational hours are Wednesday through Monday 8a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Closed Tuesdays).  This disposal site is for county unincorporated residents only.  Each residential property owner in the unincorporated area is sent a Land Use punch card annually and this must be presented when using the facility.

Household hazardous materials cannot be brought to any San Bernardino County disposal site.  For information on Household Hazardous Waste, including disposal locations, please refer to 1-800-OILYCAT or http://www.sbcfire.org/ofm/hhw/HouseholdHazardousWaste.aspx.

For further information about Solid Waste Management please visit our website at;

http://cms.sbcounty.gov/dpw/SolidWasteManagement.aspx or call 909-386-8701.

2 Responses to Lucerne Valley-Camp Rock Transfer Station available to Lucerne residents

  • I would like to see or have a list of what we can take to the Lucerne Valley Transfer Station. There have been some problems with homeowners and residents being told to go to Barstow with their trash. I think a list would help clear up some problems that have come up at our town meetings.

    • Hi Tina, thank you for asking. Lucerne Transfer Station accepts; recyclables such as cardboard, glass, bottles, paper, household furniture, tree trimmings and tires (4 max), as well as regular household solid waste.

      They do not accept; liquids, flammable corrosives, toxic or hazardous waste, no E-waste, no TV’s, CRT’s, carpet, carpet padding, compressed gas cylinders, construction debris, oversized lumber, land clearing materials, demolition material, roofing or concrete.

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