- OPEN Easter Monday
- OPEN Saturdays starting April 1st to end of October 2017
- Landfill Fees changing as of May 1st (Information Release)
- CLOSED Statutory Holidays and Boxing Day (Monday Dec 26)
- Please take all residential recycling to J&C Bottle Depot in Penticton, Oliver Bottle Depot or Campbell Mountain Landfill.
Regular Hours of Operation
OPEN Monday through Friday - 10:00 am - 1:45 pm
OPEN Saturdays (April 1st to end of October 2017) - 10:00 am - 1:45 pm
CLOSED - All statutory holidays and Boxing Day.
Landfill bylaw with fee schedules
Landfill fees changed May 1st, 2017
Service AreaThe Okanagan Falls Sanitary Landfill is a centre for Demolition, Land Clearing and Construction ("DLC") Waste recycling. The Okanagan Falls Landfill no longer accepts regular household or business garbage or residential recycling. Residents and businesses should take garbage to the Campbell Mountain Sanitary Landfill. The Okanagan Falls Sanitary Landfill will accept wood and yard waste, metals, propane tanks, tires and lead acid batteries.
LocationThe Okanagan Falls landfill is located approximately 4 kilometers East of OK Falls. Turn east from Highway 97 at 10th Avenue in OK Falls, and follow 10th Avenue (which turns into McLean Creek Road) until you reach Allendale Lake Road. Follow Allendale Lake Road for approximately 1.75 kilometers. There are signs posted along the way.
MapClick here to view map
PhonePhone: 250-497-7942 During open hours
Regulations BylawPlease call the RDOS at 250-492-5795 or toll-free at 1-877-610-3737 for more information.
Before you go
- You can save money if your loads contains separated materials. Check the Landfill Bylaw above or contact the RDOS to know the items that can be recycled and what items aren't allowed in the landfill.
- Remember to tarp all loads or fees will be doubled.
- The Okanagan Falls Landfill cannot accept food waste or bagged household garbage. These materials should go to the Campbell Mountain Landfill.
Recycling and Composting
Save money and reduce the amount of garbage you generate by separating recyclable or compostable materials from refuse.
There are free residential recycling depots at the J&C Bottle Depot in Penticton, Oliver Bottle Depot or Campbell Mountain Landfill. For information on what residential recycling they can accept click here.
Within the landfill there are areas for recycling of various materials. Consult the tipping fee regulations for any applicable fees on these items:
- Metal items and appliances
- Untreated wood and yard and garden waste
- Agricultural plastics
- Agricultural tree stumps
- All household and lead-acid batteries
- Propane tanks
- Concrete, asphalt, masonry
See the following links for recycling and composting information:
- general information on composting
- information on where you can recycle items such as paint, batteries and used motor oil, refer to the "Where Can I Recycle" section of the website.