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Transfer Stations Site Information
 
South County Transfer Station  
South County Transfer Station (formerly called Loon Lake Transfer Station) is situated approximately 4 miles from Loon Lake off the Grouse Creek Rd., east of State Highway 395. It is a 5 acre site more particularly described as: The South of the Northwest of the Northwest of the Southwest of Section 10, Township 30 N, Range 41 E, W.M.. Stevens County owns the property. The transfer station was opened in January 1983. The original transfer station was closed in 1994 when a new transfer station was opened adjoining the original station. The station receives about 4198 tons of solid waste per year with an average daily vehicle count of 80. The area surrounding the transfer station site is timberland.
 
Park Rapids Transfer Station
Park Rapids Transfer Station is situated approximately 10 miles east of Colville on State Highway 20. It is a .8 acre site in Section 29, Township 35 North, Range 41 East in Central Stevens County. The property is owned by the Washington State Department of Transportation and leased to Stevens County. The station was opened in April 1982. The station receives approximately 103 tons of solid waste per year with an average daily vehicle count of 20. The area surrounding the transfer station site is timberland.
 
Hunters Transfer Station
Hunters Transfer Station is situated approximately 4 miles south of Hunters on State Highway 25. It is a 10.24 acre site in Section 19, Township 30 North, Range 37 East in southwestern Stevens County. Stevens County owns the property. The transfer station was opened in April 1982. The station receives approximately 144 tons of solid waste per year with an average daily vehicle count of 30. The area surrounding the transfer station site is timberland.
 
Northport Transfer Station
Northport Transfer Station is situated approximately 1 mile south of Northport on State Highway 25. It is a .82 acre site in Section 8, Township 39 North, Range 40 East in northwestern Stevens County. The property is owned by the Town of Northport and leased to Stevens County. The station was opened in November 1982. The station receives approximately 239 tons of solid waste per year with an average daily vehicle count of 25. The area surrounding the transfer station site is timberland.