Fresno County Recycling Center (California)


Public Works Departments in Fresno County, California manage a county or local government's public infrastructure, which can include public buildings, transportation infrastructure, public land, and public services. A Public Works office may manage Fresno County recycling programs, including curbside collection of recyclable materials like paper, glass, aluminum, and plastic. They may also manage recycling centers that collect motor oil, batteries, e-waste, and tires. Public Works also offers information on recycling programs, the hours and locations of drop-off recycling facilities, and any fees for recycling services. Public Works Departments provide more information on Fresno County recycling services online.

Director of Public Works Fowler CA 128 South 5th Street 93625 559-834-3110

Dunlap Public Works Dunlap CA 40315 Dunlap Rd 93621 559-338-2531

Fresno City Public Works Fresno CA 1721 Van Ness Avenue 93721 559-621-5600

Fresno County Public Works Sanger CA 110 North Quality Avenue 93657 559-875-1900

Fresno County Public Works Reedley CA 17626 East Manning Avenue 93654 559-638-3328

Fresno County Public Works Fresno CA 2220 Tulare Street 93721 559-262-4078

Huron City Public Works Huron CA 16465 9th Street 93234 559-945-3120

Kerman Public Works Kerman CA 15201 West A Street 93630 559-846-9343

Kingsburg Public Works Kingsburg CA 1200 Kern Street 93631 559-897-1066

Mendota Public Works Mendota CA 1300 2nd 93640 559-655-4191

Orange Cove City Public Works Orange Cove CA 808 2nd Street 93646 559-626-7889

Parlier Public Works Parlier CA 741 Tulare Street 93648 559-646-3700

Reedley Public Works Reedley CA 845 G Street 93654 559-637-4200

Selma City Public Works Selma CA 1710 Tucker Street 93662 559-891-2215


Landfills in Fresno County, California are solid waste disposal facilities that accept a range of waste materials, including common household refuse, non-hazardous commercial waste, and construction and demolition waste. They store and process waste that cannot be recycled; however, many Fresno County landfills also operate on-site recycling facilities to process waste into reusable materials. These Fresno County recycling facilities may offer drop-off recycling, recyclable hazardous waste disposal, and e-waste recycling. Many landfill recycling facilities have limited hours and only accept certain materials, and they may also charge fees for recycling. For more information on Fresno County recycling facilities at a Landfill, visit its website.

Selma Landfill Selma CA 1735 Dockery Avenue 93662 559-891-1885