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Hinesburg Drop-Off Center closed

The Chittenden Solid Waste District (CSWD) has decided to close the Hinesburg Drop-Off Center at 907 Beecher Hill Rd. until construction of the Town of Hinesburg’s new highway garage is complete.

The CSWD Hinesburg Drop-Off Center is closed during construction of Town Garage.

Entrance sign to CSWD Hinesburg Drop-Off Center.

“We value the strong partnership we have with the Town of Hinesburg, and after thoughtful discussions with local leadership, we decided to close the Drop-Off Center in order to support their construction efforts,” says Sarah Reeves, General Manager of CSWD. “We understand the value of a smooth construction process, and the best way for us to help that process is to give the contractors plenty of room to maneuver.”

The Hinesburg Drop-Off Center has shared a location with the town’s highway garage since 1993.

While the Hinesburg Drop-Off Center is closed, CSWD encourages customers to use the Williston Drop-Off Center at 1492 Redmond Rd. The Williston Drop-Off Center is open six days per week, Monday – Saturday from 8:00am to 3:30pm.

As the most spacious of CSWD’s Drop-Off Centers, the Williston location accepts the widest variety of materials of any CSWD Drop-Off Center. CSWD recently added compactors for trash & recycling, and a new layout that will improve accessibility and accommodate more visitors.

“We are making improvements at the Williston Drop-Off Center that will substantially enhance the customer experience, including a new traffic pattern, better parking, and compactors for trash and recycling that are easier to access,” says District Engineer Brian Wright.

Visit the special Hinesburg Drop-Off Center Updates page for all of your options while the Drop-Off Center is closed, and updates on the process as it develops.

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