Yard Waste Site
COMPOST SITE IS NOW OPEN 11/9/2020
Other Yard Waste Facility Sites that you can utilize!
There are 3 other locations that you can utilize with your access card to drop off compost related items.
- Big Lake Compost Site located 18041 198th Ave Big Lake, MN. 55309
- Elk River Compost Site located 19000 Proctor Road, Elk River, MN. 55330
- Zimmerman Compost Site: There is no address associated with this site. From Fremont Avenue go south on Main Street past the City Park Ball Fields. Look for a posted sign that says “Leaf & Brush Site.” Go south past the Park n’ Ride lot and continue ton the gravel road for about a 1/4mile until the entrance of the compost.
City of Becker Yard Waste Site
For residential users, to gain access to the City of Becker Yard Waste Site, you need to obtain a compost card which are available at Becker City Hall. The initial card is issued at no charge. There is a $5 fee for any replacement card thereafter. For commercial user rates please see the City Fee Schedule. The Becker Yard Waste Site is located at 12456 153rd Street SE, Becker, MN 55308. Directions: From Highway 10, take Sherburne Avenue North to Central Avenue. Go East (right) to 150th Avenue (right turn). Go South on 150th Avenue to 122nd Street. Turn East on 122nd Street to 153rd Avenue. Go South on 153rd to the compost site on the right (west side of the road).
Becker Facility Hours: 5:30am-10pm, 7 days per week. This site is maintained via CCTV.
ACCEPTABLE ITEMS: branches under 12", brush, grass clippings, leaves, trees under 12" (including Christmas Trees), and yard waste.
UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS: branches over 12", garbage, stumps, treated lumber, trees over 12", or concrete waste of any kind. Concrete is NOT compostable and violators will be fined.
Please contact the City of Becker Streets Department at 763-200-4275 with any further questions or concerns.
Need a Yard Waste Site Access Card?
Yard Waste Cards are available at City Hall from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Read more about our Yard Waste Facility Site Brochure
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