This year, getting Transfer Station stickers is easier than ever for Southborough seniors.
As in years past, any Southborough resident over the age of 65 can receive up to two free transfer station stickers. But this year, the Town Clerk’s office has taken over issuing the permits.
As part of process improvements, they are cutting out the paperwork (for anyone on the Town census). And Town Seniors won’t even have to get out of their cars to get the sticker applied. Just head over to the Senior Center’s back parking lot in July.
The Town will be temporarily setting up shop in the lot. Starting in two weeks:
What: Senior citizen transfer station sticker registration
When: July 5-29, Monday-Friday, 9AM – Noon
Where: Southborough Senior Center rear parking lot (9 Cordaville Road)
No paperwork or registration is required; simply drive your car to the rear parking lot and we will put the sticker on the car for you.
If you are over 65 and listed on the Town Census than you can receive up to two free transfer station stickers that are strictly for your household’s personal use.
The Clerk’s office has hired temporary staff to oversee the project this summer. It’s probably worth noting that this program is run by the Town Clerk’s office. So, be sure to direct any questions to Town Hall – not the Senior Center staff!
(Unfortunately, the Clerk’s workers won’t be heading over to the Transfer Station this September. So, you may not have to get out of your car to apply the sticker. But you will have to step out to dump your trash!)