The Larimer County Long Term Recovery Group is hosting several complimentary debris dumpsters for properties impacted by the fires, now through the end of January 2021. Free dumpster service will resume later in the spring once the weather improves.

As all debris coming out of the Cameron Peak Fire area is considered contaminated by asbestos and is more costly to dump at the Larimer County Landfill, this free service will hopefully benefit fire survivors during this difficult time. We are also offering three free metal recycling locations during this time too.

The dumpsters are located across western Larimer County at the following neighborhoods/central locations:

  • 44 H (Metal Recycling and Debris) | Geo Location: 40.57097, -105.34753
44 H Dumpster Location

44 H – (2 Debris Dumpsters & 1 Metal Recycling Dumpster)

  • Drake (Metal Recycling and Debris) | Geo location: 40.43214652804507, -105.34119720489606 

Drake – (2 Debris Dumpsters & 1 metal Recycling Dumpster)

  • Kyle Gulch (Debris Only) | Geo location: 40.65445, -105.5267 

Kyle Gulch – (2 Debris Dumpsters)

  • Manhattan (Debris Only) | Geo location: 40.73552, -105.58107 

Manhattan – (2 Debris Dumpsters)

  • Spencer Heights (Debris Only) | Geo location: 40.67456, -105.78477

Spencer Heights – (2 Debris Dumpsters)

All debris collected from properties will be properly contained within the dumpsters by our vendors for landfill placement.
Please be a good neighbor and only take fire impacted debris to the free dumpsters. Thank you for your consideration!

Thank you to our vendors, Colorado Iron and Metal and Gallegos Sanitation.
Thank you to the United Way of Larimer County for supporting the free dumpsters through their Larimer Fire Recovery Fund.

Questions? Please contact Kohl Parrott, Emergency Management Coordinator, Larimer County Office of Emergency Management
Work: 970-498-7146
Cell: 970-481-3493