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Recycling, Yard Debris, and Cool Facts About Strongsville, OH
The city of Strongsville became a township in 1818 and a full-fledged city in 1961. The current population sits at 45,000 residents. The city has many points of interests including Gardenview Horticultural Park, the Pomeroy House, the Preserve of Strongsville, and the Strongsville Water Tower, which was painted by the creator of the cartoon strip “Ziggy, Tom Wilson. Some fascinating people from the area include John D. Rockefeller, Pro football player Larry Wood, Olympic diver Kyle Prandi, Matt Warburton who wrote for “The Simpsons” for eleven years, and historian Daniel Martin Varisco. The Department of Parks and Rec offers many programs including aquatics, massage therapy, yoga classes, and adult basketball leagues. There is also table tennis and volleyball.
Transfer Station and Trash Collection
16099 Foltz Parkway
Strongsville, OH 44017
Call: (440) 458-5191
Hours of Operation
Items That Can Be Disposed Of Here:
- Scrap metal
- Car batteries
- Yard waste
- Household refuse
- Hazardous chemicals
For more information about this transfer station please visit this website.
Strongsville does provide recycling at the street on a bi-weekly base. The city offers twice a year in the Spring and the Fall, a hazardous waste drop-off day. Check with city hall for the dates. In June an annual Shred Day is held.
There are three ways to dispose of brush:
- Can be picked up at the curb
- Take to the Transfer Station
- Call city to request a pick-up
What can be recycled:
- Plastic Jugs
Not Acceptable For Recycling:
- Latex paint
- Fluorescent bulbs
The City of Strongsville Recycling Center is located at:
Strongsville Emergency Food Bank
13213 Pearl road
Strongsville, OH 44136
There are recycling containers available year-round to drop off your recyclables. You can dispose of telephone books, junk mail, office paper, and boxes. These bins are for residential homeowners and not businesses.
Mattresses, furniture, and white goods can be picked up at the curb. If you have computers that you would like to recycle please take them to the City’s Service Center, which is next to the Transfer Station. If you have worn American Flag the VFW of Strongsville will retire the flag for you. Please take your plastic bags to either the Giant Eagle or Marc’s.
Habitat For Humanity Collection
Every year the city holds a collection of rehab and construction materials for the ReStore of the local Habitat for Humanity chapter. Its held at the Transfer Station and will gladly accept sinks, kitchen counters, furniture and washers, and dryers. Also, they will accept vanities, freezers, air conditioners, and countertops. Ensure that all of these items are in good condition and be repurposed.
Household Hazardous Waste
Household hazardous waste can be dropped off once a year at the Transfer Station. The station will accept the following wastes but not limited to solvent based paint, varnish, caustic household cleaners, roof tar. Some other items include motor oil, sealers, shellac, and kerosene.