Contact Information
3071 US Highway 50
Grand Junction, CO 81503

Mailing Address
Department 5060
P.O. Box 20,000
Grand Junction, CO 81502-5001

(970) 241-6846

Transfer Station


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Mesa County Transfer Stations

All loads must be covered & secured or will be charged double

Business waste is not accepted at transfer stations

High Wind Notice - Per Colorado regulation, Transfer Stations are required to close during periods of high winds. If you plan on visiting on a windy day, please call prior to coming out to ensure the facility is open.

Transfer Stations

Physical Address

Days Open

Hours of Operation


(970) 858-1034

1275 17 1/2 Rd

Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


(970) 283-5690

448 Trail Rd

First and Third Saturday of each month

9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

De Beque

(970) 283-5690

2155 45.5 Rd

Second and Fourth Saturday of each month

9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


(970) 268-5494

51254 HWY 330

Tuesday, Friday, Saturday

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Disposal Fees and Waste Acceptance Policy


Fruita, Gateway, Molina & DeBeque 

1. Personal Vehicle: 3/4 ton or smaller

$20.00* per load (truck & trailer is considered two loads)

2. Trailers/Large Trucks

$20.00* per load (truck & trailer is considered two loads), limited to trailers/trucks with less than 10 feet of bed length

3. Special Waste: Soil, sludge, etc.

Not Accepted

4. Construction Demolition

Not Accepted

5. Business Waste

Not Accepted

* Cash or Check Only.  Transfer Stations will not accept bills larger than $50.  

Other Wastes Prohibited for Disposal at the Mesa County Transfer Stations  

  • Business waste.
  • Hazardous Waste including but not limited to: waste containing free liquid, auto batteries or wastes containing mercury, electronics. Contact the Hazardous Waste Collection Facility for disposal options 256-9543.
  • Tires (accepted at the Mesa County Landfill- <22.5" off rim $5, on rim $10, >22.5" off rim $10, on rim $20).
  • Appliances containing Freon.
  • Animal carcasses (accepted at the Mesa County Landfill).
  • Materials which produce large quantities of dust when disposed.
  • Material that could combust during periods of hot weather.

    If in doubt, please contact the facility to determine whether we can accept your waste at a Transfer Station.