Got an Old Car Seat? Here’s a Solution

CapturePress release from the Arcata Fire District:

The Arcata Fire District has been working with the Humboldt County Car Seat Coalition as well as a few students from Fortuna High School and the Change The World Project to bring this county’s first- ever car seat recycling program. The event will take place on Saturday April 23rd from 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. at the Fortuna High School parking lot.

This is a free event to everyone in Humboldt County. If you have any old or expired car seats, please bring them to the event on Saturday April 23rd. If you cannot make the event, Arcata Fire District has set up four drop off locations for your convenience. You may drop off any of your old car seats at one of our three fire stations or business office between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M.

Arcata Station: 631 9th Street, Arcata

Mad River Station: 3235 Janes Rd., Arcata

McKinleyville (Temporary) Station: 1525 School Rd., McKinleyville Fire District Business Office: 905 6th Street, Arcata

For more information please call 707-825-2000 or 707-445-6030

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6 comments

  • Hmm, I do have some old car seats, what about engine blocks, can we drop them off too?

  • and maybe tires…

  • I have some truck seats. I’ll bring them by. Thanks!

  • Hey Kym! Maybe need some clarity here?!? At first read I thought they are looking for any seats that came out of a car. Yet this morning, after some reflection….. Seems that they are looking for CHILD CAR SEATS. Yes? (Upon looking at the graphic above, that conclusion is reinforced).

    • From the drawing on the poster and the sponsors I’m pretty sure that they only want CHILD car seats. However, I attempted to call both of the numbers provided and didn’t get an answer. I would suggest calling on Monday if you really think they might be accepting larger seats.

  • This sounds great but what about the recycle part? I would bring an old car seat but would love to exchange it for a car seat for older child.

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