Spring compost sales will be held at all County Waste Facilities starting May 9th until May 28th. While quantities last, residents can purchase this nutrient-rich soil amendment for $5 per carload or $20 per truck or trailer load. The compost is produced in-house using leaf and yard waste collected curbside and dropped off at County Waste Facilities.
Compost is a soil amendment used in gardens to add nutrients, or as a top dressing for lawns to help retain moisture. Compost sales are self-service, and residents should bring their shovels to load bins, truck beds, or trailers. COVID-19 restrictions and public health measures are still in effect at County waste facilities. Please remember to distance yourself from others, and, where applicable, we encourage visitors to wear a mask.
Mulch is also available at County waste facilities . Mulch can be applied to soil surfaces, around trees, paths, flower beds, slopes and erosion prone areas, and as top dressing for flower and vegetable gardens. Mulch retains moisture, regulates soil temperatures, and suppresses weed growth.