Convenience Center Rules & Regulations
Beginning July 1, 2016, Resolution 2016-10 adopted by the City Commission of the City of Alamogordo on June 26, 2016 establishing a new fee structure for the Convenience Center went into effect.
Convenience Center Surcharge
All residential water utility accounts billed by the City of Alamogordo will include a $2.20 convenience center surcharge. All commercial utility accounts billed by the City of Alamogordo will include a $2.30 convenience center surcharge. Any person or entity who maintains a water utility account with the City of Alamogordo is permitted to dispose of acceptable solid waste at the convenience center at no additional charge (proof of account is required). Non-residents of the City, whether commercial or individuals, will be charged at a rate of $2.50 per 100 pounds of waste.
This is a solid waste transfer station that accepts:
- Household Appliances
- Household Garbage
- Scrap Metal
- Used Motor Oil
- Yard Waste
The facility serves City residents and small construction contractors.
Customers are required to bring their materials to the facility. Mulch is free to the public. We also accept commercial waste.
No liquids, hazardous waste, or animal remains are accepted at the center.
The following items are accepted at the Lavelle Road location:
- Cell Phones and Batteries
- Electronics / Ink Cartridges
- Motor Oil / Antifreeze
- Rechargeable Tool Batteries
- Scrap Metal
- Vehicle Batteries
- Paint (The Convenience Center does not accept paint in liquid form. Paint can must have the lid off, paint must be mixed with dirt/cat litter and dry, to be accepted.)