Recycling & Solid Waste

Our current contract for waste and recycling is through a franchise agreement with El Dorado Disposal that expires on June 30, 2030. Our responsibilities in this area are to:

  • Monitor compliance with the ordinance and Franchise Agreement
  • Assist in resolving customer complaints
  • Coordinate and manage community events such as the Community Clean-up Day & Christmas Tree Chipping Program
  • Monitor delinquent accounts, including assessing liens when necessary.

HISTORY: In 1962 the District was empowered to collect and dispose of residential and commercial garbage and refuse matter within District boundaries. An ordinance establishing mandatory garbage service also provided rules and regulations governing refuse disposal, fees, and services. In March 2003 the Board of Directors adopted a more comprehensive multi-cart recycling program, improving the District's ability to meet the State of California's landfill diversion mandate, AB939.

Our staff participates on the Solid Waste Advising Committee and assists with the preparation and review of the Source Reduction and Recycling Plan which must be submitted to the California Integrated Waste Management Board. The District submits Diversion Reports to El Dorado County quarterly documenting CSD compliance with AB 939. We promote continued recycling and source reduction within the district. For additional information see:

Household Hazardous Waste Collection

1st & 3rd Saturday each month  • 9am-12pm weather permitting
El Dorado Hills Fire Department operates a hazardous household waste collection site at Station 86 located at 3670 Bass Lake Road in El Dorado Hills. More Info

Community Cleanup Day

Saturday, April 29 • 9am-3pm
Rolling Hills Christian Church 800 White Rock Road
El Dorado Hills residents can help keep our community clean by disposing of large/bulky, unwanted items, green waste and e-waste. The service is free however donations are greatly appreciated for our scholarship program that helps families in need. El Dorado Hills CSD hosts a Community Clean Up Day in the spring and fall.
Acceptable & Non-Acceptable Items 

Where Can I Take My Unacceptable Items?

Items Not Accepted and Referral List Snowline Hospice2016

Did You Know?

El Dorado Hills is 765 feet above sea level.