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For the convenience of its citizens, the City operates a waste tire disposal facility which is open to the public by appointment. To make an appointment, contact Code Enforcement at 621-8400, prior to going to the facility. Payment must be made at the time of disposal and can be made by cash or check (made payable to the City of Fresno) .

The following are the fees for disposal of used tires:

$ 1.00 Regular Car Tire without Rim
$ 3.00 Regular Car Tire with Rim
$ 7.00 Diesel Truck Tire without Rim
$ 21.00 Diesel Truck Tire with Rim
$ 55.00 Farm Tractor Tire without Rim (14 x 20, or 17.5 x 24.5 rim size)
$110.00 Farm Tractor Tire with Rim (same size as above)
$ 75.00 Farm Tractor Tire without Rim (17.5 x 25, or 23.5 x 25 rim size)
$150.00 Farm Tractor Tire with Rim (same size as above)

Directions to the City's Tire Facility:

Heading West on Belmont Avenue from Interstate 99.  Turn South (Left) on Valentine Avenue (One street past Marks Ave.), Turn East (Left) on Franklin Avenue.  This street will dead-end where the entrance to the tire facility is located.


Several times each year and in various places around the City, Community Revitalization sponsors a "Waste Tire Amnesty Day" event. This event is made possible through a grant from the California Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB). The Community Revitalization Division has held an average of four events per year since beginning in 2005. More than 15,000 tires have been collected and over 4,000 residents have taken part in the events, bringing in an average of six tires each. The events are intended to prevent illegal tire dumping, divert waste tires from landfills, and help educate the public about waste tire recycling and proper tire maintenance.


 ...... and mitigating the adverse environmental impacts created by unlawful dumping or storage of waste tires, are the ultimate purposes of such events. Removing waste tires from local neighborhoods promotes public health and safety while contributing to the beautification of our City.

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Additional information on this program can be obtained by contacting Community Revitalization at 621-8400 or on our on-line reporting system.

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