Scrap tire drives are one method of source reduction, the removal or elimination of breeding sources that currently are or have the potential to breed mosquitoes. Tire drives are funded in part through a Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) Scrap Tire Clean Up Grant. The scrap tire drives are designed to help clean up the environment and reduce mosquito habitat. 3183 tires were collected in 2021.
Tire collection requirements:
- Tires will be collected from 9am-2pm on the day of the drive. 2022 tire drive dates will be June 4th and August 6th.
- Each Bay County residence may bring up to 10 rimless regular car or truck tires to the drop-off site.
- No tractor, semi-truck, or tires from commercial businesses or agricultural entities will be accepted.
If you have any questions, please call the office at (989) 894-4555.
June 4, 2022 Tire Drive Information
August 6, 2022 Tire Drive Information
The City of Bay City will be collecting tires as part of its "Clean Up Bay City - Earth Day Celebration" event on April 23.This is for city residents only. For more information visit www.baycitymi.org/199/Earth-Day