Fall “Clean Sweep” Bulky Waste Recycling Day
Saturday, October 21, from 9 a.m. to noon
Buckland Recreation Facility

66 Ashfield Rd. (Rt. 112 South)


Residents from any District town may bring bulky items such as tires, appliances, scrap metal, furniture, mattresses, carpeting, construction debris, computers, televisions, propane gas tanks, and other large items.  Materials will be recycled whenever possible; disposal fees apply for most items. Clean and dry (bagged) textiles and books accepted free for reuse or recycling.

Residents and businesses do not need to pre-register for the collection. However, there are charges for most items. Disposal fees, cash only, will be collected during check-in at each site. A complete list of prices for the most common items is online at:

www.franklincountywastedistrict.org/cleansweep.html, and will be made available to participating town halls, town transfer stations, and the District office at 50 Miles Street in Greenfield.


Did you know? Staples accepts computer equipment (no TVs) free of charge: call store for details. Various charities and non-profits accept donations of working electronics, including local Salvation Army and Goodwill stores. Always call ahead to ask if they can accept your item.

For more information, contact the District office at (413) 772-2438; email info@franklincountywastedistrict.org; or visit: www.franklincountywastedistrict.org.

MA Relay for the hearing impaired: 711 or 1-800-439-2370 (TTY/TDD).

The District is an equal opportunity provider.
There will be a Special Town Meeting for the Town of Buckland on Monday, September 18th at 7PM at Buckland Town Hall, 17 State Street, Buckland.

Here is a link the the Warrant for the meeting.
2017 Dog Licenses are available in the Buckland Town Clerk's Office.
Proof of current rabies vaccine is required.
Spayed and Neutered licenses are $5.00
Un-Spayed and Un-Neutered are $10.00
After March 31, 2017 there will be an additional late fee in the amount of $25.00 per dog.

Please call first. 625-6330 X4
In the interests of public safety, the Town of Ashfield will be closing a portion of Apple Valley Road beginning on December 5, 2016, until further notice. 
The portion of the road to be closed is approximately 1.9 miles northwest of the intersection of Route 112, known as Ashfield Mountain Road, to the intersection of Tatro Road. There will be no through traffic, so users should seek alternate routes.