Free Residential Collection Site Permit Stickers will start being issued to residents on Friday, April 1, 2022. Please continue reading for more details.
Reliable Household Waste Collection
Curbside collection services are designed to provide a convenient and affordable solution for disposing of household waste and recyclable products and materials. Choose from standard trash collection services or add on additional trash or recycling collection bins. Our team will deliver your bins and handle collection and proper disposal of your household waste. Trash and recycling collection services are included in your service agreement.
Automated collection services include the use of specialized bins large enough to accommodate household waste for the average household with an option to add on additional bins if needed.
Curbside recycling is the easiest and most convenient way for your household to go green and reduce waste by recycling common items like cans, plastic bottles, carboard and more.
The stickers are for Fauquier County residents that wish to utilize the residential collection sites or the Corral Farm Facility to personally dispose of their household recycling and trash. Residents must have one of the following to use facilities:
A maximum of three (3) Permanent Residential Permits will be issued per household.
A department representative must validate application with personal-use vehicle registration and valid identification. Permanent residential permit stickers will not be issued to Farm Use vehicles, business vehicles, vehicles with any business markings, or out of county vehicles.
During the roll out period, there will be additional days and hours offered to turn in applications to receive the permits. Please sign up for e-Notifications, follow us on Facebook at Fauquier Recycles, or Instagram to receive these updates.
The roll out of permit stickers will be completed in stages. After the roll out is complete, the only location to obtain the permits will be the department office during regular business hours.
How do I get a collection site permit?
Residential Collection Site Permits may be obtained during regular business hours of 8:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday (except holidays) at:
Environmental Services Department
6438 College Street
Warrenton, VA 20187
Catlett is a census-designated place in Fauquier County, Virginia, United States. The population as of the 2010 census was 297. It is located west of the Prince William County line.