Residential Self-Haul Program

Landfill entranceThe Citrus County Residential
Self-Haul Program
is a service where Citrus County residents (self-hauler) can bring their bagged garbage and/or yard waste to the Citrus County Landfill.


$ See Pricing $

Please see the requirements below:

  • The self-hauler shall permanently affix the purchased sticker on the upper left (driver’s side) outside corner of the windshield of a RESIDENTIAL vehicle only.
  • This sticker is Not permitted on business vehicles.
  • The self-hauler shall use lane #2 as indicated on the overhead sign.
  • The self-hauler may dispose of up to eight (8) 30-gallon bags or cans, per week.
  • Additional solid waste disposal fees are due at the scale house, if materials or amounts exceed eight (8) 30-gallon bags or cans.
  • Waste must be contained in bags or cans when delivered to the Landfill and yard waste must be removed from the bags at the time of disposal.
  • Non-bagged waste must still be weighed and is subject to normal disposal fees. Loads may be combined with the normally "free disposal" materials such as; scrap metal, used oil and antifreeze, lead acid and ni-cad batteries, fluorescent bulbs and recyclable materials.
  • The self-hauler agrees to dispose of solid waste, or yard waste, generated only from his or her residence located in Citrus County.
  • Replacement of the Residential Self-Haul Program Pass (due to sale of vehicle or replacement of windshield) will be made at no cost, if pieces of the sticker are returned.
  • There will be no more than two (2) replacement stickers issued per fiscal year.
  • The Residential Self-Haul Program Pass is non-transferable and non-refundable.



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