Scrap Tire Collection Events

The Kalamazoo Conservation District is providing scrap tire collections at no cost to Kalamazoo County residents. The tires that are collected will be recycled and used in roads, driveways, trails, and a variety of other products. 

 

Appointments are required and can be made by completing this form. Kalamazoo County residents can sign up for any of the events and must provide proof of county residency. Each household may sign up to drop off up to 10 passenger tires. The 10-tire limit per resident will allow more county households to be able to participate. Please note that there is also a 10-tire transportation limit set by the Michigan Department of Transportation. Only passenger tires with rims removed will be collected and no businesses are allowed to participate.

 

There are four event dates and locations:


Thursday June 16, 2022: 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the City of Kalamazoo parking lot located at 322 Stockbridge Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49001

 

Wednesday June 29, 2022: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm at the Comstock Township Transfer Station located at 6604 East Main St., Comstock, MI 49048
 

Thursday July 21, 2022: 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the Richland Township Office located at 7401 N. 32nd St., Richland, MI 49083
 

Tuesday July 26, 2022: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm at Swan Park located at 50 East VW Ave., Vicksburg, MI 49097


Funding for the Scrap Tire Collection Events is provided by the EGLE Scrap Tire Grant and the Kalamazoo Conservation District. Partners include the City of Kalamazoo, Richland Township, Comstock Township and Schoolcraft Township.

If you are interested in volunteering for one of these events, please give the office at call at 269-775-3368. We could use help unloading and loading tires in the semi trailers.

KCD Hours

Mon-Thu :

09:00 am - 04:00 pm

Due to the pandemic, we are open by appointment only. Please call BEFORE you visit so that someone can assist you.

Phone: 269.775.3368

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