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Yard Debris Subscription Service


High Country Disposal offers a yard debris subscription service within the City of Redmond.

Compost your green waste and your raw fruit and vegetable scraps.  For only $5.14 per month, you’ll receive a 95-gallon yard debris cart (tan lid) that will be collected every-other-week.

Acceptable items include raw fruit and vegetable scraps, yard trimmings, grass, leaves, pine needles, brush, branches (no larger than 2” in diameter and 36” in length).

We cannot accept rocks, sod, dirt, plastic bags of any kind, plastic containers, pet waste, or garbage in the yard debris cart.   Remember If It Grows, It Goes, otherwise keep it out of the cart.

For more information about this yearly subscription service, please contact 541-548-4984.

High Country Disposal Route Changes

High Country Disposal is making route changes for better efficiency.  Residential route changes will be implemented beginning the week of September 3, 2018.

High Country Disposal will notify their residential customers that will be affected with changes to their collection schedule.

 Not all residential customers will have a schedule change, but most will have a change in their collection time.  Customers are asked to have carts out by 6:00 a.m. or the night before their collection day.

High Country Disposal drivers will be working Labor Day, Monday, September 3.

For more information, contact High Country Disposal at 541-548-4984.



Regular Collection Schedule on Labor Day

High Country Disposal will be operating on a normal collection schedule on Labor Day, Monday, September 3, 2018.

Customers who have garbage & recycling collection service on Monday’s should have their carts out by 6:00 a.m. or the night before. Collection times may be earlier due to the holiday so please have carts out by 6:00 a.m.

The High Country Disposal office will be closed Labor Day and will reopen Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at 8:00 a.m.

Rodeo Fans Show Support for CAN Cancer

Thanks to all those that came out and helped support CAN Cancer at the 2018 Jefferson County and Deschutes County Rodeos.  Volunteers passed around cans in the stands and spectators from both rodeos donated a combined total of $2,041.15.

These funds will go to help local families with their day-to-day living expenses while battling cancer. All funds stay in Central Oregon.

A special thanks to the Deschutes County & Jefferson County Rodeo for having the fundraising and helping get the word out about CAN Cancer.

CAN Cancer was established in 2009 with the goal of helping local families battling cancer with their non-medical living expenses such as gas, fuel and lodging.


To learn more about can cancer, visit cancancer.org.

Help Support CAN Cancer at Jefferson County and Deschutes County Rodeos

Jefferson County Rodeo is Saturday, July 28, 2018 at 7:00pm

During the rodeo, volunteers from Madras Sanitary Service will pass purple cans throughout the stands asking spectators to donate their spare change.  Last year over $622 was raised from rodeo fans and Madras Sanitary matched the donation for a total of $1,245 going to CAN Cancer!

Deschutes County Rodeo is Friday, August 3, 2018.

Come early to the rodeo and help support CAN Cancer.  Around 6:30 p.m. Friday night, volunteers will be passing purple cans around the stands asking rodeo fans to support CAN Cancer by making a donation.  Last year rodeo goers donated $712 and over the past several years, $5,712 has been donated by rodeo fans for CAN cancer!


About CAN Cancer

100% percent of your donations will help local families manage day-to-day living expenses, including fuel, travel and food costs, while receiving cancer treatment. So many families here in Central Oregon have already received assistance!  For more information about CAN cancer or to make a tax-deductible donation online, visit cancancer.org.