The St. Francois County Commission, through the efforts of Commissioner Patrick Mullins, will be participating in a scrap tire cleanup for the residents of St. Francois County. This program was made possible through a grant from the Department of Natural Resources which Commissioner Mullins wrote, applied for, and ultimately received.

This program will be facilitated by the St. Francois County Road and Bridge Department. The parameters are as follows:
→The program will take place on Thursday, November 5th and Friday, November 6th ONLY.
→Passenger car and light truck tires can be disposed at that time. No large dump truck type tires nor tractor tires will be received.
→On these two days, tires from residents may be dropped off at the Road and Bridge facility located at 1640 Woodlawn Dr, Farmington, MO (adjacent to the Farmington Livestock Market).
→If you have more than 10 tires, you may contact our Road and Bridge Department at (573)431-4794 to schedule for them to pick up your tires on one of those two days only. It should be noted that tires must be brought to the edge of a county roadway.
→Realize that at the end of the day on Friday, November 6th, this scrap tire cleanup program will be over, and no additional tires can be received after that date.

St. Francois County Commission along with the Roade and Bridge Department is pleased to participate in this program. It will allow St. Francois County to eliminate potential environmental hazards, beautify our community, prevent illegal dumping, and help our citizens financially.

Should you have any questions from now until the time of pickup, do not hesitate to call the Road and Bridge Department.

Harold Gallaher, Presiding Commission
Gay Wilkinson, Commissioner District 1
Patrick Mullins, Commissioner District 2
Clay Copeland, Highway Superintendent
John Gross, Highway Administrator