100 W. Washington Street, Suite 1401 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 | 240.313.2380

James Jenkins, Manager
P: 240.313.2384
Residents may also submit a new permit application
HAGERSTOWN, Md. (June 2, 2017) - The Washington County Division of Environmental Management will begin accepting applications and renewals for 2017-2018 residential permits for general household trash, yard debris and/or recycling as listed below.
Washington County residents have the option to purchase an individual residential permit for household trash, yard debris, and/or recycling.  Residents need only purchase the permits that apply to their trash disposal and recycling needs.
Permits granted as part of this program are only open to residential properties located in Washington County, Maryland and can be obtained from one of the following locations:
  • Dargan Convenience Center, 2201 Dargan School Road, Sharpsburg (accepting applications June 13 - 17 & June 20 - 24, 2017)
  • Forty West Landfill, 12630 Earth Care Road, Williamsport, Maryland (May 30, 2017 - April 30, 2018)
  • Greensburg Convenience Center, 13125 Bikle Road, Smithsburg (June 13 - 17 & June 20 - 24, 2017)
  • Hancock Convenience Center, 6502 Hess Road, Hancock (May 30, 2017 - April 30, 2018)
  • Kaetzel Convenience Center, 2926 Kaetzel Road, Knoxville (June 13 - 17 & June 20 - 24, 2017)
The permit application is available online and must be returned to one of the locations previously mentioned.  Visit us online for a complete list of permit types, associated fees and further details about acceptable items.
For additional information, Public Relations Manager James Jenkins at 240-313-2384.


About Washington County, Maryland Government

Washington County, Maryland Government strives to fulfill its duty to the citizens of Washington County with regard to operational efficiency, fiscal responsibility, and responsiveness to the needs of the community. This vision is used to ably assist the Board of County Commissioners of Washington County in achieving goals for moving the County forward as present needs and future plans are addressed.


According to the Maryland Department of Legislative Services, the Washington County General Fund has one of the lowest costs per capita for services provided of all 23 counties and Baltimore City. This is attributed to the efficiency, staffing levels, and cost containment exhibited in Washington County Government operations. Visit www.washco-md.net for more information.

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