City of Casa Grande Landfill
5200 S. ChuiChu Road
Hours of Operation: 7:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday-Saturday
Phone: (520) 421-8628
The City landfill accepts Visa and MasterCard as a form of payment for landfill disposal.
Customers will not be able to pay trash and sewer bills at the landfill. These payments will be accepted by mail, or in person at the Finance office located at 510 E. Florence Blvd. in Casa Grande.
During the monsoon season, landfill conditions are challenging for customers due to slippery conditions. We recommend calling us before you take a trip to the landfill in order to ensure you do not needlessly make an extra trip.
You can now request services from Public Works using an online form. Request pickup of uncontained trash, containers, rolloffs, recycle bins and special pickups. Report sewer problems, potholes, problems with street signs and traffic signals. Report traffic vision blocked and alley problems. Click the link below to fill out a service request.
Request Service Start for Sewer, Trash and Recycling
Residents can Start and Stop Trash, Sewer, and Recycling services by contacting the Finance Department.
In order for us to continue to provide quality customer service, we are asking our customers for help, here is a list of helpful guidelines you can follow to ensure quality service.
1. Landfill disposal is free to residential users who show proof of residence within the City, 8.08.100 CI collection fee schedule. Please take a current driver’s license to verify your status as a paying trash service customer.
2. Follow all instructions on items we do not take in the landfill.
3. Operators are there to help you, please follow their instruction.
Landfill Does Not Accept:
Tires: The landfill does not accept tires. Call (520) 866-6685 for Pinal County Waste Tire Collection.
Appliances: The City does not pick up refrigerators or appliances with Freon. Residents can take appliances to the landfill. There is a $30.00 charge (to recover the cost of Freon removal).
Used Motor Oil or Antifreeze: The City does not dispose of or recycle motor oil or antifreeze. Checker Auto, Auto Zone, O’Rielly Auto Parts and Pep Boys will accept used motor oil from residents for recycling.
Hazardous Waste Disposal: The City does not currently have a hazardous waste program. For information on disposal provided in Pinal County, please click here. For additional information on hazardous waste, please contact the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality at 1-800-234-5677 or Heritage Environmental Services at (520) 723-1846.
Diabetic Lancettes/Sharps: The landfill does not accept Diabetic Lancettes/Sharps. Call (520) 316-9207 Healthcare Medical Waste for disposal.
Landfill Does Accept:
Batteries, latex water base paint, fluorescent light bulbs, and electronic equipment: The landfill will accept these separated materials for recycling – Residential only.
Map to Landfill
Waste Tire Recycling Drop Off Center
The Pinal County Material Recovery Center accepts waste tires from all Pinal County residents, including City of Casa Grande residents. Unwanted vehicle passenger tires can be dropped off for recycling at this state approved waste tire recovery site. There is no charge for up to five tires per person per year. Additional tires are charged a fee of $1.00 per tire. There is a $5.00 charge for each tire with a rim.
The Material Recovery Center is one of Arizona’s approved and funded waste tire collection sites. Waste tires are prohibited by state law from being disposed in landfills, and are not accepted at the Casa Grande landfill. Tires collected at the recovery center are processed into crumb rubber for use in roadways and rubber based materials.
Where: 12725 Adamsville Road, Florence (off Hwy 87)
Hours: Tuesday– Thursday (7:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.)
Contact: 520-866-6685 (or website at www.pinalcountyaz.gov)
No Fee to Deliver Clean Soil or Inert Fill Material to Landfill
There is no fee to deliver clean soil and other inert fill material as asphalt millings or ABC gravel to the landfill Monday through Saturday between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
The material is used for landfill cover and therefore not classified as a waste and charged for disposal. In order to qualify a Waste Determination form must be completed and the material approved for landfill cover by a landfill representative.
Please contact Tonya Stager at (520) 421-8625 with questions or to obtain the Waste Determination form.