Ed Murray, Mayor
1/15/2014 2:08:00 PM
Seattle’s north solid waste station to close for 2 years
State-of-the-art Fremont/Wallingford facility scheduled to open in 2016
SEATTLE—Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is getting ready to replace the city’s North Transfer Station (1350 North 34th Street) with a more modern and efficient facility that will meet the growing future needs of the city.
To prepare for the demolition and rebuild work, the station will close permanently, after 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 20. A new North Transfer Station is expected to open on the same site, in 2016. To learn more about the North Transfer Station Rebuild Project, visit the project website at www.seattle.gov/util/NewNorth.
Options while the station is closed
Here are two options while the transfer station is closed:
- Use the new South Transfer Station facility at 130 South Kenyon Street in South Park. Directions and station hours for the South Transfer Station are at www.seattle.gov/util/Dump.
- Avoid the dump altogether. Arrange for a pickup of bulky items.
Learn more about Seattle Public Utilities, at: http://www.seattle.gov/util.
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In addition to providing a reliable water supply to about 1.3 million residents in the Seattle metropolitan area, SPU provides essential sewer, drainage, solid waste and engineering services that safeguard public health, maintain the City’s infrastructure and protect, conserve and enhance the region's environmental resources.