Tire Roundup

Recycle Residential Tires


Date, Time, Place:

Saturday, June 23, 2018

Natural Resource Center, 7413 County House Road, Auburn (next to County Jail)

Hours: 8:30 am until Noon

Must be a Cayuga County Resident or Landowner to drop off tires.  NO BUSINESSES.  



$1.50 per tire up to 30 inch height (outside diameter).

$5.00 per tire 31 to 36 inch height (outside diameter).

Tires on rims are okay

NO tractor tires

NO solid rubber tires

NO excessive dirt, mud or stones

NO inner tubes.

The County reserves the right to reject and/or charge more for dirty tires.  Excessive amounts of dirt, mud, stones, silage, leaves, etc. may be cause for rejection and/or extra charges.

The County reserves the right to reject and/or charge more for non-passenger and non-pick-up truck tires. Our primary targets are residential passenger and pick-up tires, normally referred to as R13, R14, R15, R16, R17 and R18 sizes.

Our size limits and pricing are based on the tire´s HEIGHT, not its "R." 

If your tire is taller than a yard stick, DO NOT bring it





40 tires per household


Sponsored by:
Cayuga County Soil and Water Conservation District with assistance from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Cayuga County, Cayuga County Department of Planning and Economic Development, and Cayuga County Solid Waste Management Office (also known as "Cayuga Recycles").

For more information contact:
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Cayuga County
Phone Number: (315) 255-1183






Removing tires reduces breeding grounds for mosquitoes.  To find out more about mosquito borne diseases, click here.