Dump Cards

During the 1970’s, San Bernardino established the Dump Card program. Every year homeowners in many of the unincorporated areas of the County pay a household disposal fee of $85.14 annually. Those funds enable the homeowner to dispose of household trash once per week, up to 500 lbs. of residential trash and green waste materials 12 times a year. The fee is not applicable to vacant undeveloped land. Cards are renewed each Fiscal Year July 1-June 30. New homeowners must notify the WCSD of change of ownership in order to receive a dumpcard.

The nearest dump station to Wrightwood is Sheep Creek Transfer Station.

10130 Buckwheat Road Phelan 92371

Hours of Operation: Monday -Saturday 8am-4:30pm

(909) 386 – 8701

Sheep Creek Transfer Station

Acceptable Materials

Municipal Solid Waste
Non-hazardous household refuse.

Major appliances such as washers and dryers, water heaters, refrigerators (no Freon left in) are accepted for recycling.

Tires – Additional Fee $5.31 per tire, off the rim. No more than 9 tires per load. Automobile and truck tires will be accepted at an additional charge.

Construction and Demolition Materials
Items accepted include non-hazardous materials such as cardboard, lumber, drywall, flooring, roofing materials, tile, and windows.

Clean Dirt
Granular soil such as clay, sand, or silt that breaks apart when handled by light duty construction equipment such as a small backhoe or skip loader.

Clean Asphalt/Concrete
Any combination of rock, concrete, gravel, brick, asphalt, or asphalt grindings which is less than football sized.

Mixed Inerts
Any combination of Clean Dirt (as described above) and Clean Asphalt/Concrete (as described above).

Any combination of clean wood, dimensional lumber (no painted or treated wood)

Grass, branches, leaves, and other plant matter. Minimal roots and soil content allowed. No trash, recyclables, palm fronds, yucca plants, and ice plants allowed. Loads with these contaminants will be charged as trash on Dump Card.

Electronic Wastes

Tv’s, monitors, computers, microwaves, vacuums.



Non-Acceptable Materials

Hazardous Materials
Includes but not limited to: batteries, automotive fluids (fuel, antifreeze, oils), paint, lacquer, stain, thinner, varnish, wood preservatives, and chemicals of any kind (i.e. pool chemicals, pesticides and weed killer) Household cleaners.

Fluorescent Light Tubes and Ballasts


Water-Soluble Solids
Salt, borax, lye, caustics/acids

Biological/Medical Waste – Sharps

Empty Hazardous Material Containers

Septic Tank or Chemical Toilet Waste

Automobile Bodies

Radioactive Materials

Sealed Containers

Burnt Materials/Ashes

Landfill Only

Items Over 4 inches in Length

appliances – furniture ok)

Treated Wood Wastes

Railroad ties, pressure treated wood, telephone poles