4800 West 92nd Avenue Westminster, CO 80031

RV Dump Station

The City of Westminster operates a dump station that accepts discharge of wastewater from the kitchens and personal sanitary conveniences of recreational vehicles. The station is located at the Big Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility, 13150 Huron St.

An access card, available for an annual fee, is required to use the dump station.  Access cards are valid Jan. 1 through Dec. 31.

To obtain an access card:

1. Download and fill out the Access Card Application and guidelines. You can also obtain an application at Westminster City Hall. 

2. Return the completed form to the cashier counter at Westminster City Hall, 4800 W. 92nd Ave., during regular business hours, Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The 2013 cost for an access card is:

    Westminster Residents: $25
         
    Non-Residents: $50
       
The cashier counter accepts cash, checks, VISA, MasterCard, and American Express.

3. You must provide proof of residency to obtain the resident rate. Please bring a copy of your water bill and your driver’s license with you for determining your resident status.

Below are the guidelines for use of the facility, plus a list of Frequently Asked Questions. 

Guidelines

  • Your access card is REQUIRED for use of the dump station.
  • All units MUST use a discharge hose to dump contents of holding tanks.
  • Access cards are for use by the owner only, and may not be loaned to other users. A $10 fee will be charged to replace lost access cards.
  • Access cards are valid Jan. 1 through Dec. 31. Cards are de-activated at the end of the year, and can be re-activated by paying the annual fee. Card purchases are not pro-rated.
  • The use of normal sanitizing and deodorizing chemicals is allowed. Please remember that the discharge of any other chemicals, wastes or trash can harm the wastewater treatment facility and is therefore prohibited.
  • Discharge is allowed only at the Big Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility located at 13150 Huron St. and in the manner designated by the City of Westminster. The city reserves the right to set and modify the specific times for use of the dump station and to refuse any discharge. Only the discharge of wastewater from the kitchens and personal sanitary conveniences of recreational vehicles is allowed. Failure to comply with these guidelines or Westminster Municipal Code, Title 8, Chapter 10, is subject to administrative and judicial enforcement, including fines of up to $1,000 and/or imprisonment of up to one year. Prohibited discharges are also subject to enforcement under state and federal law.
  • In consideration for use of the dump station, you agree to defend and indemnify the city from and against all liability, claims and demands, including any third-party claim asserted against the city, on account of any injury, loss or damage which arise out of, or are in any way related to, your use of the dump station. Closed-circuit television has been installed to monitor the station. Access cards will be deactivated if it is determined that the facility has been misused.
  • Vehicle washing is prohibited. Using the station hose to wash vehicles will result in the loss of access to the station.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the city’s RV Dump Station located?
The city’s RV Dump Station facility is located at the Big Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility, 13150 Huron St. Please look for signs marking the entrance to the facility.

RV Dump Station map


 What are the operating hours?
Every day of the year from 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.

 How do I use the station? What do I need to do to use the station?
Drive into the facility through the marked entrance. There are two gated stations that require an access card for use. These cards must be purchased at Westminster City Hall, 4800 W. 92nd Ave. All units must use a discharge hose to dump contents of holding tanks.

 Why do I have to pay to use the RV Dump Station?
The city charges for resident and non-resident use to recover the costs of operating and maintaining the RV Dump Station.

 I used to be able to just drive in and use the facility. Why do I now need an access card to use the facility?
The city is concerned about the types of waste material that are deposited into the facility. A locking device prohibits unauthorized users from dumping at the facility.

 How do I get an access card?
Access cards can be purchased at Westminster City Hall at the cashier counter. An application form is included on the city website. The cost is listed above. City Hall is open Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Cash, checks and credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, and American Express) are accepted. City Hall is located at 4800 West 92nd Ave., Westminster, CO 80031. Please bring a copy of your water bill and your driver’s license with you for determining your resident status.

 How long is my card valid?
Cards are valid Jan. 1 - Dec. 31. Access card purchases are not pro-rated. Please renew your access card by coming into Westminster City Hall to pay the annual fee.

 Do I need to bring my access card if I'm only renewing?
No, it is not necessary to bring your current access card if you're only renewing.  We have your access card number on file.

 What if I lose my card?
A $10 fee will be charged to replace lost access cards.

 Can I loan out my card?
Access cards are for use by the permit holder only and may not be loaned.

 What wastes can I/can’t I dump?
The discharge of wastewater from the kitchens and personal sanitary conveniences of recreational vehicles is allowed. The discharge of any other wastes, chemicals or substances is prohibited. The use of normal sanitizing and deodorizing chemicals is allowed. Please remember that the discharge of any other chemicals, wastes or trash can harm the wastewater treatment facility.

Failure to comply with these Guidelines or Westminster Municipal Code, Title 8, Chapter 10, is subject to administrative and judicial enforcement including, fines of up to $1,000 and/or imprisonment of up to one year. Prohibited discharges are also subject to enforcement under state and federal law.

Closed-circuit television has been installed to monitor the station. Access cards will be deactivated if it is determined that the facility has been misused.

 Who can I call to report unauthorized use or illegal dumping?
To report the dumping of unauthorized wastes, please call 303-452-8010 or use the call box located at each station.

 Can I use the station if I don’t live in the city?
Yes. Access cards can be purchased by non-residents.

 What if I need help while I’m using the station?
If you experience problems while operating the dump station there will be a call box that rings a phone line in the facility. An operator will then be available to assist you. You will always need your access card to open the facility gate.

 What happens to my card at the end of each year?
Once purchased, your access card is active Jan. 1 - Dec. 31. All access cards will be deactivated on Dec. 31 of each year. To re-activate your card, please come to Westminster City Hall, fill out a new application form and pay the annual fee. Once that is paid, your card will be active again. Card purchases are not pro-rated.

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