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Electronics Recycling in Woodland Park!

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Electronics recycling in Woodland Park!

Thanks to a new partnership between Blue Star Recyclers, the Woodland Park High School SOS club, and RE-2 school district, recycling in Woodland Park is taking a BIG step forward, with a partnership that expands electronics recycling efforts in our community, and generates funds for vocational training of students.  Great news! 

To view complete details including hours of operation, and what can be recycled, please visit

Woodland Park Panther Recycling


Last Updated on Monday, 11 February 2013 06:59

Recyling at the Divide Transfer Station

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UPDATE:  as of 1/1/16 recycling is (unfortunately) no longer free.  The cost is now $5.00 a load.

Want to know what you can (and can't!) recycle at Waste Management's Divide Transfer Station?  Check the attached PDF (click here).  Remember (as of this writing) recycling at the transfer station is free - $5.00 a load - for residents of Woodland Park and Teller County.


Last Updated on Friday, 22 January 2016 10:12

What happened to the Walmart recycling center?!

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From David Buttery, Woodland Park City Manager ...

"Sadly Wal-mart and Waste Management are suspending the recycling drop-off station at the Woodland Park Wal-mart on Friday, June 8 due to abuse of this free-of-charge service. Disrespectful patrons have been dropping off household garbage, waste oil, and numerous other things that can't be recycled and ruin those items that can be recycled. Employees of both companies have to clean up after these messy people. This valuable service will be missed and we hope that a plan can be created that will bring it back soon."

How sad that such a small percentage of our population had such a destructive impact on our recycling efforts.  As a result, all of us lost access to our free community recycling center.   We thank both Walmart and Waste Management for their patience and effort ... they tried and tried and tried again, as did Teller County Waste before them.  Unfortunately far too many treated the recycling center as their personal dumping ground.  

For those committed to recycling, take note that Waste Management's transfer station in downtown Divide is accepting recyclables, and as of this writing. dropping off recyclables is free.   In addition, both Waste Management & Teller County Waste offer curbside recycling for a fee.



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Want to help keep Woodland Park beautiful year round?  Get recognized for your efforts by adopting a "spot" in town to cleanup twice a year.  Just pick up the bags & vests at City Hall, and when finished, we'll swing by and pick up the full bags!  And in return, we will post a Keep Woodland Park Beautiful "Adopt-A-Spot" sign in your section with your name on it!  It's perfect for any organization, business, church, school or family.   Adopt a street, a section, or your neighborhood!    

To get started, to learn what areas are available, or for additional information, send us an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call Bryan (719-650-4602) or Lisa in the Planning Department (719-687-5209). 

Adopt-A-Spot application

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 January 2013 05:07

Citywide Cleanup & BBQ 2012!

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Set your calendars!  This year's Citywide Cleanup and FREE! BBQ Celebration is June 9, 2012 starting at 9am. 

Click the graphic to view / print the event flyer!  Please feel free to make copied & distribute!  We'd love to have a big turnout this year (the town needs it!).  If you have any questions, please call or emai! Contact info is on the flyer.


Last Updated on Monday, 23 April 2012 18:03

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