Please review the following:
- As demonstrated in past years, the Transfer Station sticker must be placed on the lower driver’s side corner of the windshield. Each sticker issued will have the vehicle registration written on it for verification purposes.
- Sticker prices will remain at $65. Stickers for additional vehicles registered at the same address may be purchased for $10 each. Transfer Station stickers will only be sold to residents of the Town of Deerfield; no exceptions will be allowed!
- Senior Discount - Town of Deerfield residents 65 years or older may purchase a transfer station sticker for $45. This discount will be in lieu of the "free bag discount" offered in past years. Seniors must be present to receive the discount.
- Orange trash bags will continue to be used for trash. As of July 1, 2015, prices for bags are $25 per package.
- After July 1, 2015, all residents will be required to have the new sticker affixed to the windshield of their vehicle. Transfer Station attendants have been instructed to monitor this closely. Noncompliant vehicles/residents will not be able to enter the facility.
- Transfer Station stickers can be purchased at the Deerfield Town Hall Monday thru Friday or at the Transfer Station on Saturdays. Please have your vehicle registration with you.
- The facility is now equipped with two paper/cardboard compactors. All residents are urged to seek assistance from the facility attendants when utilizing these machines.
- Replacement Stickers: Remove the transfer station sticker from your vehicle before you sell or trade our vehicle. If the sticker rips in the process, bring it to the Town Hall office for a free replacement.
- There will be no replacement for lost stickers.
As a resident of Deerfield you have access to at least six Household Hazardous Waste collection events each year. Pre-registration is required. Click for a complete list of collection event dates, times, and locations.
These rules and regulations are put in place to provide some accountability to our facility. For several years past, the facility has operated in the red fiscally and was not user friendly to our residents. My job is to change those negatives into positives; therefore, rules, regulations and policies need to be implemented for the facility to operate successfully. Your cooperation and mindfulness will make this facility a pleasant experience for all.