1. Help OCRRA reimagine residential drop off options in the future!

There have been many changes at the OCRRA Transfer Stations since 2019. We thank you for your patience as we continue to work through this transition. 

The NYSDEC issued new rules for transfer stations across NYS that required all operations to take place indoors. OCRRA developed a plan to modernize transfer operations and eventually consolidate into one renovated location. 

Phase I closed the Rock Cut Road Transfer Station for construction in 2019, which directed all traffic to the only other permitted site OCRRA has, the Ley Creek Transfer Station.

Until construction was complete on the new Rock Cut Road Transfer Station in summer 2020, OCRRA served both commercial and residential customers at Ley Creek.

Now, residential customers are served at Ley Creek and commercial customers are served at Rock Cut Road. 

Phase II of the project is exploring how to best serve residents in our community in the long-term - and we need your input. 

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* 1. Please share your zip code.

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* 2. As a resident, do you want Saturday hours or do you only need weekday hours?

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* 3. If you could choose three consecutive days that residential drop off services would be offered, which days would it be?

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* 4. During weekdays, which hours of operation would you prefer?

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* 5. Do you need to drop off trash only; recycling only; or trash AND recycling drop off?

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* 6. With challenging market conditions, OCRRA may have to start charging a nominal fee for recycling drop off. If dropping off recyclables was no longer FREE, would you still utilize the service?

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* 7. Please share additional feedback or suggestions.

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