Jan 202014

A satellite image of the Orange Transfer Station.

A satellite image of the Orange Transfer Station.

When you think of a meeting place, you may envision a coffee shop or favorite restaurant, but in Orange, the Transfer Station, end of South Orange Center Road (Behind Home Depot) seems to be the most popular place by far.

During Election Season, candidates flock there to meet their constituents. Around Mother’s Day, the Rotary Club goes there to sell any remaining roses from their fundraiser.
The Transfer Station is a very big part of many residents’ regular Saturday routine, and an important portion of the announcements at the Board of Selectmen’s meetings during the holiday season.
The Transfer Station is a place where you can get rid of your “white” items: refrigerators; washers; dryers; and dishwashers. Brush from your yard and recyclables that didn’t make the pickup as well as your trash.
The Transfer Station is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.; closed on Sunday.
Questions? Call 203-891-4712

  One Response to “The Orange Transfer Station: The Town’s Meeting Place”

  1. I’m not real into politics but I have to thank whoever helped me unload my car at the transfer station the Saturday before the election. He didn’t even introduce himself, nevermind push any agenda or try to get my vote! Thank you sir, I love this town!

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