• Jay Dickinson

  • Transfer Station
  • phone icon (845) 855-9380
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  • home icon 124 River Road
  •       Pawling, NY 12564
  • Hours

  • Monday, Thursday, Saturday
  • 6:00am - 4:00pm

The Transfer Station is open to Pawling residents only.  Operation hours are Monday, Thursday and Saturday from 6:00am to 4:00pm.

Town residents may obtain Vehicle Permits at the Town Clerk’s Office located in the Town Hall, 160 Charles Colman Blvd., Monday thru Friday, 8:30am – 4:00pm or by mail using the mail in application. Permits are $355.00 per vehicle.  Vehicle registration must be presented in order to obtain a permit.


Town of Pawling Highway Department

Holiday schedule for 2019 is as follows:



MONDAY FEBRUARY 18, 2019                PRESIDENT’S DAY

MONDAY MAY 27, 2019                     MEMORIAL DAY

THURSDAY JULY 4, 2019                   INDEPENDENCE DAY

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 2019                LABOR DAY




Town of Pawling Transfer Station New Rules & Regulations - Effective January 1, 2019
Fees for 2019 will be $355.00 for first permit/$20.00 second permit                                   
Days & Hours:  Monday, Thursday, Saturday - 6 AM – 4 PM


No annual transfer station permit will be issued to an applicant whose vehicle registration is in the name of a corporation, Limited Liability Company, d/b/a or other commercial or business entity.

A vehicle registration must be presented for the purchase of the permit and it must show the vehicle is registered to an individual with a street address within the Town of Pawling, and that vehicle should be used for personal purposes.

Household debris/trash only - No commercial building debris/trash will be accepted. Only residential brush will be accepted - Maximum Size 4” wide by 10’ feet long.

Please note that if there is a holiday on a Monday, the transfer station will be closed and reopen on its next regular day (Thursday). If the town offices are closed due to snow, the transfer station will also be closed and will reopen on its next regular day.

Anyone caught dumping building material may be subject to a fine of $500.00 and revocation of the Transfer Station Permit.

PLEASE RECYCLE every glass bottle, can, and plastic container placed in the recycle bin, saves money and the environment.

No vehicle will be allowed into the transfer station after January 15th without a permit. All previous year’s permits must be removed from the vehicle.

A maximum of three (3) permits per household are allowed to be purchased. Permits must be placed on the passenger’s side rear window.



The following materials will be commingled in the Receptacle provided:

Glass Jars & Bottles :
Empty and rinse. Discard caps and tops. Labels can be left on, do not break bottles.

Tin & Aluminum Cans :
Rinse and remove labels. Place lids in the can. Please crush cans if possible. Also include aluminum foil and foil trays.

Plastic Bottles/H.D.P.E. & P.E.T.E:
These items include: milk jugs, laundry detergent bottles, soda bottles and other plastic bottles labeled  only with a 1 ,2, 3, 5 or 7 on the bottom. Empty and rinse bottles, discard caps, and flatten if possible.


The following material should be put into the trailers:

All clean, dry newspapers including all inserts, periodicals, magazines, and grocery bags. Please tie with string or twine.  No plastic.

Corrugated cardboard :
Corrugated cardboard is brown with ridges in the middle. Flatten or crush, dry, empty boxes, tie with string or twine.

The transfer station will also take:
Appliances, swing sets, water tanks, stoves, washers, air conditioner, sheet metal. Furniture, foam rubber and cribs should be placed in the large open dumpster. Motor oil should be placed in receptacle.





Please place all items that aren’t recycled in your regular trash.

Dishes, drinking glasses, Pyrex, ceramic, window glass, or mirrors. Also no flower pots, light bulbs, or head lights.

Tin & Aluminum:
No paint, aerosol cans, pots, pans, fuel tanks, coat hangers, or other scrap metal items.

Motor oil or transmission fluid bottles – even if they are made of P.E.T.E. or H.D.P.E/ foam plastics, laundry baskets.

The following material is not recycled and should be disposed of properly:

Dirty, soiled papers, phone books, text books, junk mail and bulk mail should be placed in regular trash. Plastic shopping bags should be placed in regular trash.

Corrugated Cardboard:
Waxed cardboard, cardboard soiled with food: such as cereal boxes, shoe boxes, diaper boxes, and milk cartons should be placed in regular trash.

Tires can go into the tire trailer.


Batteries are accepted.



For further information, please call (845) 855-9380.