Illegal Dumping

The Solid Waste Division encourages residents to reduce litter and illegal dumping in our communities by helping keep St. Johns County beautiful! St. Johns County's facilities and programs are designed to promote recycling; eliminate illegal dumping, and ensure the environmentally-sound management of Solid Waste.

Illegal dumping is the intentional dumping of solid waste on the county right-of-way in or on public or private property without the knowledge or consent of the property owner. It includes littering along the county right-of-way, which is illegal and very harmful to the environment.

Common Illegally Dumped Items

  • Household Trash
  • Tires
  • Land-clearing and Tree Debris
  • Appliances and Furniture
  • Construction and Demolition Debris

Report Illegal Dumping

Our Solid Waste Inspectors are dedicated to investigating and resolving citizen reports of illegal dumping. While not every complaint can be resolved immediately, please be assured we are committed to investigating promptly and taking appropriate action.

To report illegal dumping, please contact the Solid Waste Division and provide as much information as possible.

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SJC Public Works Office
2750 Industry Center Rd
St. Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 827-6980

Tillman Ridge
Transfer Station

3005 Allen Nease Rd
Elkton, FL. 32033 (Map)

Stratton Rd
Transfer Station
250 N. Stratton Rd
St. Augustine, FL. 32095 (Map)

Transfer Station Hours
Monday Friday: 7 a.m. 6 p.m.
Saturday: 7 a.m. 1 p.m.
Closed: Sundays, Thanksgiving, Christmas,
and New Year's Day Holidays

Questions or Concerns
Please contact us at (904) 827-6980
for further assistance.