1. Join E-Subscriptions
  2. Submit a Service Request
  3. Pay Your City Utility Bill
  4. Sign Up for a Class
  5. eTrakit/Online Permitting
  6. Employment Opportunities
  7. Buy Grand Theatre Tickets
  8. Watch Live Council Meetings
  9. Submit an Online Police Report
  10. Tracy Municipal Code
  11. Master Fee Schedule

City Departments

Household Hazardous Waste

The City of Tracy in partnership with San Joaquin County offers a free Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Event in Tracy annually, providing there is money in the budget.  This year the event will be taking place on September 9, 2017 from 9am - 2pm at the Tracy Municipal Airport located at 5749 South Tracy Boulevard.  San Joaquin County residents can take their HHW year round Thursday - Saturday from 9am - 3pm at 7850 R.A. Bridgeford Street, Stockton, CA, free of charge.

San Joaquin County residents can dispose of household hazardous waste in and around their homes, as well as unwanted electronics (E-Waste) and universal waste (U-Waste) at these events or at the HHW facility.

HHW products are usually marked with caution/warning labels and contain hazardous chemicals that may be toxic, flammable, corrosive or reactive.  It is illegal to dispose of these items in the garbage, down drains, or onto the ground because they contain dangerous materials that threaten human health and the environment. 

In addition to HHW, it is also illegal for consumers to dispose of unwanted electronics and universal waste in the garbage.  Typical E-Waste and U-Waste items found in households may contain toxic or corrosive materials which can also pose a threat to the environment and our health.  These items will also be collected FREE of charge. 

Acceptable HHW items:

  • Paints

  • Pesticides & Garden Products

  • Household Cleaners & Sealants

  • Hobby Supplies

  • Pool Supplies

  • Automotive Products


  • Mercury Thermometers/Devices

  • Flourescent Light Bulbs

  • Batteries

  • Computers, Monitors & Printers

  • Microwave Ovens

  • Radios & Stereos

  • Cell Phones & Telephones

  • LCD Monitors & Screens

  • TV's & VCR's


  • Explosive/Radioactive Waste

  • Large Appliance

  • Tires

Businesses with hazardous material must call (800) 207-8222.  
Small Business Hazardous Waste Disposal Program Brochure

HHW Transportation Safety Tips:

•               Transport no more than 15 gallons or 125 pounds of
                 hazardous waste.

•               Don’t mix chemicals.

•               Place chemicals in sealed containers.

•               Transport materials in trunk and pack to avoid                  

•               Leave pets and small children at home, please.

Sitemap   |   Privacy Policy   |   Site Policy   |   Employee Login   |  
Bookmark and Share               
Website Design and Development by Jel