Solid Waste & Recycling Management Plan

The Solid Waste & Recycling Management Plan was adopted at the August 2018 County Board of Supervisors meeting. Please check back soon to view the final document.

September 15, 2018 Tire & Appliance Collections

Tire Collection Locations

  • Town of Troy Recycling Center (277 Townsvalley Rd, River Falls) 8 AM - 1 PM
  • Town of Hammond Recycling Center (1816 Cty Rd E, Hammond) 8 AM - 1 PM

Tire Prices

  • Bicycle tire: $0.50
  • Car: $4 without rim or $6 with rim
  • Truck: $6 without rim or $10 with rim
  • Tractor tire: $18
  • Heavy equipment tire: $30

Appliance Collection Locations

  • Town of Troy Recycling Center (277 Townsvalley Rd, River Falls) 8 AM - 1 PM
  • St. Croix County Ag Center (1960 8th Ave, Baldwin) 8 AM - 1 PM
  • Town of Richmond Recycling Center (1428 100th St, New Richmond) 9 AM – 1 PM

Appliance Prices

  • $10 per appliance
  • Call recycling specialist for a quote on commercial units, gas refrigerators and gas air conditioners.

Fall 2018 Clean Sweep: Friday, September 28, 2018


  • St. Croix County Highway Shop (666 E Hwy 12, Town of Hudson)
  • See below for map and directions

Date & Time:

Friday, September 28:

  • 9-11 am (Farms & Businesses)
  • 12-6 pm (Households)

Collection Events

Resident Recycling Information

Social Media 

Waste Reduction

Special Event Recycling Program


  • St Croix County Chapter 21 - Municipal Solid Waste: Reduction, Recovery & Recycling Ordinance (PDF)

    The St. Croix County Recycling Program as part of the Resource Management Division is responsible for enforcing the County’s Recycling Ordinance. Personnel shall follow the guidelines identified in the Compliance Assurance Plan (PDF) in response to issues associated with recycling. This plan is intended to meet the requirements of s. NR544.04 (9g), Wis. Admin. Code, as well as the St Croix County Ordinance, Chapter 21.

    The Community Development Director or his / her designee has citation authority for violations of the County’s Recycling Ordinance. Individuals who feel that a violation of the Recycling Ordinance exists may file a complaint form (PDF) with the Resource Management Division. Submit as much supporting evidence (i.e. photos, documents, etc.) as possible in support of the complaint. Please be advised that under Wisconsin’s Public Records Law, Wis. Stats. §19.31, et al., the complaint and supporting evidence will be available for public review upon request. Only in an exceptional case may access be denied.

    Complaint Form Fillable (PDF)