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Hulk Vehicles

The Solid Waste Program regulates hulk (junk) and inoperable vehicles and in Mason County. Vehicles regulated fall under Mason County Title 6 Sanitary Code, 6.72.040.

The County defines a hulk vehicle as a vehicle meeting any two of the following criteria:

Damage to the frame, a missing or shattered window or windshield, a missing or damaged wheel, tire, body part, a missing, damaged or inoperable door, hood or trunk lid; more than one flat tire; a missing, damaged or inoperable engine or transmission; a missing license plate or plate that has been invalid for more than one year.

And an inoperable vehicle as:

Any vehicle which is no longer able to operate for it’s intended purpose, or any vehicle with a build-up of debris, moss or weeds on, in, under, or around the vehicle, or a vehicle which is not licensed or has not been moved in sixty days.

Landowners:
For proper disposal of hulk vehicles from your property, the title of the vehicle will need to be obtained. If the owner of the vehicle is unknown, a law enforcement officer can perform a "Hulk Inspection". This inspection will help to identify the vehicle owner and allow them to be notified, and given a chance to remove the vehicle themselves. If the owner cannot be found or does not respond to the notification within 15 days after the letter is mailed out, then a signed Affidavit of Sale can be used as an ownership document. Please contact the Sheriff's Department to request a "Hulk Inspection."

 
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