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Special Instructions Facility Drop-Off

At the store – The easist way to manage old tires is to leave them at the store when you buy new tires – you pay the store $1.75 per tire for proper recycling. 

Curbside pickup – Fees apply. Call 255-5200 for more information. 

Drop Off at Local Facilities: These Napa County facilities take tires year-round. Prices depend on tire size. Call for prices and restrictions.

Devlin Road Recycling & Transfer Station
889 Devlin Road, American Canyon | (707) 252-0500

Napa Recycling & Composting Facility
820 Levitin Way, American Canyon (off Hwy 29 & Tower Rd) | (707) 255-5200

Clover Flat Landfill
4380 Silverado Trail, Calistoga | (707) 963-7988


Legal Notice: Vehicles hauling 9 or more tires must register with Napa County Local Enforcement Agency or California Integrated Waste Management Board before hauling. Violators may be fined $25,000 per violation. For more information, contact (707) 253-4144.

Leave at the Dealer

Tire dealers are well-equipped to properly dispose of tires, so when you purchase new tires, leave the old ones with the dealer.

Contact Environmental Health Office

If there are no immediate take-back events, try contacting the nearest environmental health office for more information about how to dispose of tires.

Ways to Reduce

Make Tires Last Longer

If you care for your tires, you’ll save money because you won’t need to replace them as often. Check the tread and tire pressure monthly, keep wheels aligned, and rotate tires every 6,000 miles. You can also drive carefully to avoid potholes, debris and curbs.

Ways to Reuse

UpCycle into Swings or Planters

Consider turning old tires into swings or using them to create garden beds or ponds. Here’s a list of DIY ideas for your old tires.

Did You Know?

Tire Recycling History

In 1909, there were only around 300,000 registered cars on the road in the US. Over a century later, in 2021, the number has reached close to 300 million! This massive volume generates about 263 million disposed tires annually in the US. 

What happens with all these disposed tires? Learn more about state-by-state tire recycling here.

Tire Recycling: Three Tons Per Hour