Town of Spafford, NY
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Welcome to the Town of Spafford

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DEPARTMENTS
bullet Town Clerk
bullet Town Council
bullet Supervisor

bullet Assessor
bullet Attorney
bullet Board of Assessment Review
bullet Building Department
bullet Cemeteries
bullet Court
bullet Dog Control
bullet Highway
bullet Historian
bullet Sub-division Planning  
bullet Tax Collector
bullet Transfer Station
bullet Zoning Board of Appeals
 
    LINKS FOR RECYCLING
     
    Click below for OCRRA's searchable recycling guide
     
     
    Click this link for
     
    Household Batteries -
     

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    Transfer Station
     
    HOURS OF OPERATION
    SATURDAYS 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. year round
    WEDNESDAYS 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. MAY 3, 2017 - SEPT. 27, 2017
     

    SPAFFORD TRANSFER STATION RULES

     

    Information on disposal of electronic waste

     
    Located on Stanton Road (identified with 104 below)
    between East Lake Rd and Becker Rd
     

     




    PERMITS
    Transfer Station permits are available either at the Town Clerk's office or by mail with a self-addressed, stamped envelope and a check made payable to Lisa Valletta, Town Clerk. Permits must be renewed each year. The cost is $30.00 per year. No more than two decals will be issued per address.

     
     

    CFL bulbs (compact fluorescent bulbs)

     

                With the sale of energy saving bulbs on the rise, it is important to know how to get rid of these bulbs when they are spent as they contain small amounts of mercury, a potent heavy metal pollutant. All of the ACE and True Value Hardware stores in Onondaga County partner with OCRRA and accept fluorescent bulbs from residents. Lowe's and Home Depot also accept CFLs.
     

    TARPS ARE REQUIRED
          All open vehicles entering the Transfer Station MUST have a tarp covering their materials.  Tarping prevents trash or recyclables from becoming litter on our roads.  It also prevents customers from being fined up to $1,000 by the DEC.  Untarped vehicles may be refused acces to the Transfer Station.

     

    OPEN BURNING REGULATIONS

    Is it okay to burn my household trash?

     

    Copyright 2006

     
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