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Benton County Emergency Management is currently assessing damage to property caused by the flooding event on April 28, 2021. Once the assessment is complete, the information will be sent to the State for review and potential financial assistance.  If you have damage to buildings or other property that is uninsured, please report the damage as soon as possible! You must dispose of your own material. Keep your receipt for possible reimbursement if a disaster declaration is issued. https://bentoncountyar.gov/emergency-management/ 

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A FACE COVERING IS STILL REQUIRED FOR EVERY PERSON ENTERING A DISTRICT FACILITY.

We will not allow entry to our facilities if face covering is not in place; can be any cloth material that securely covers the mouth and nose such as a bandana, scarf, homemade mask, etc.  This includes children.  Please consider leaving children at home if possible.

If you are medically unable to wear a mask, please call our office to make special arrangements.

INCLEMENT WEATHER NOTICE- District locations may be closed during periods of severe inclement weather,

including lightning near our sites.  Please check this site or our message at (479) 795-0751 for further updates.

TRASH DISPOSAL
For drop off disposal locations and roll off container providers, click here.
For on-going waste collection services, click here for a list of waste haulers in your area.
SPECIAL WASTE
DROP-OFF SITES

Formerly called the Convenience Center Program

HOURS, FEES AND MATERIAL LIMITS effective January 1, 2021.

Download flyer here.

The District accepts yard waste from any resident or business in Benton County for a fee at our Brookside Rd location.  Download a flyer with all local options for disposal of yard waste here.

For a list of locations to drop off small recyclables
(paper, cardboard, plastic bottles, and cans). 
click here.