What do I do with my old tires?

The City of Peoria does not have a program for collecting or disposing of old tires. You are responsible for ensuring proper disposal of your tires.

Listed below are some local businesses that accept tires for a nominal fee:

  • Firestone - 1601 N Knoxville - 309-685-2885
  • Plaza Tire - 1800 SW Washington - 309-673-8261
  • Tire Plus- 4700 N Brandywine - 309-681-0693

The Tireless Project offers free tire drop-off from 9 to 11 am one Saturday a month from April through November. For dates and more information, please visit the Peoria Tireless Project Facebook Page.

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1. I am having safety concerns about the dead tree in a public right-of-way. Who do I call?
2. Is it really legal for a Code Enforcement Inspector to inspect my private property?
3. I think I have rats on my property. What do I do?
4. I would like to get involved in recycling. Are there any recycle programs that I can participate in?
5. My apartment has mice, roaches, or ants. Who is responsible for pest control?
6. My case has been referred to the Administrative Hearing Officer. Where do I go?
7. My neighbor's tree has branches that hang over my property. What can I do about it?
8. There is a wild animal wandering my neighborhood. What do I do?
9. What do I do with my old tires?
10. When does yard waste collection begin and end?
11. Where can I find the codes Code Enforcement is enforcing?
12. Who do I call if my home (or apartment) has mold?
13. Who is Code Enforcement?
14. Why can't I park my car anywhere I want to on my property?
15. Why did the City cut my grass or clean my yard and send me a bill?