Recycle Your Election Signs
Orange County has partnered with the City of Orlando, the City of Winter Park, PureCycle Technologies, and the League of Women Voters to bring you an environmentally friendly option to recycle this year's election signs.
By bringing us your sign, you will take a previously used election sign and give it a new use. Your dropped-off election sign will turn into a #5 plastic. These plastics are often used to make ketchup and mayonnaise bottles.
Orange County encourages residents to utilize this free resource to divert waste and reuse an item that would otherwise go to the landfill.
MODIFICATION DUE TO NICOLE: Election sign collection will take place from November 12-20 due to Tropical Storm Nicole. Previous communications read November 9 as the start date.
Drop-Off Locations Below:
- Andes Campus – 202 Andes Avenue
- The Packing District Farmers' Market - 2314 North Orange Blossom Trail
- Broadway Methodist Church - 406 East Amelia Street
- First Unitarian Church of Orlando - 1901 East Robinson Street
Specialty Collection at Local Farmers' Markets:
Orlando Farmers' Market – 20 North Eola Drive at Lake Eola Park
- Sunday, November 13 – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Audubon Park Community Market – 1842 East Winter Park Road
- Monday, November 14 – 5 to 8 p.m.