Transfer station closes for repairs in late March |

Transfer station closes for repairs in late March

The transfer station on McCourtney Road will close for repairs March 24 through March 28.

Alternate recycling locations are available, and regular curbside pickup of garbage and recyclables by Waste Management will continue as usual, officials with Nevada County’s Solid Waste Division said today.

Workers will repair the pit area where general trash is dumped, bringing construction traffic to the area.

The wood waste recycling area will remain open during that time, accessible through the far left entrance.

The recyclables receiving barns at S.P.D. Market in Nevada City and at Raley’s Supermarket in Grass Valley will accept CRV bottles and cans and co-mingled recyclables from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on March 24-28 at no charge.


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