Junk Vehicle and Boat/RV Disposal Program
Junk Vehicle Disposal
|Snohomish County's Solid Waste Division's Environmental Cleanup Team offers vehicle identification number (VIN) inspections in an effort to assist private property owners in the removal of unwanted vehicles from their properties. Removing junk vehicles helps make Snohomish County a cleaner, more beautiful place to visit and live, while enhancing the quality of life for present and future generations. To have a junk vehicle on your property in rural Snohomish County removed, you must answer "Yes" to the following questions, and complete a Junk Vehicle Affidavit Inspection Request Form.
1) Are you the legal landowner?
To qualify as a junk vehicle, a vehicle must meet three of the following conditions:
3) Do you have the title to the vehicle?
Choose an option that best fits your situation:
For additional information, contact the Junk Vehicle Removal Program, or call (425) 388-3425.
|If you notice an abandoned vehicle located on public property or in the right-of-way, call 911 and the operator will ask what you are reporting. Tell the operator it is a non-emergency. They will ask you a series of questions, be prepared to answer the following questions:
Junk Boat / RV Disposal
|Snohomish County's Solid Waste Environmental Cleanup Team (ECUP) offers a service for the recycling and disposal of unwanted boats, boat trailers, campers, and travel trailers.
For any RV / boat to be accepted for recycling and disposal:
The disposal fee will be determined by the recreational vehicle weight and charged at $105 per ton. A single $36 “hard to handle” fee will also be charged for the refrigerator-freezer and/or air conditioning unit. Payments can be made by check, credit, or debit cards. Cash payments will not be accepted.
Is the boat / RV registered in your name?