Medication Collection

La Crosse County is still accepting certain unwanted pharmaceutical and over-the-counter medications at:

 

La Crosse County Hazardous Materials Facility
6502 State Road 16
(between Onalaska and West Salem)

Medications must be in their original containers. You can cover over or cross out personal information, however the name of the medication must be visable.


Permanent Prescription Drug Drop-Off Boxes

Permanant drop-off boxes for residents to dispose of prescription medications are available at police departments countywide.


 

La Crosse County Sheriff’s Department

Box location: 

Sheriff’s Department, Room 1500

Open Hours: 

Monday through Friday, call for times

Address: 

333 Vine Street, La Crosse, WI

Phone Number: 

(608) 785-9629

Holmen Police Department

Box location: 

Police Department Lobby Entry

Open Hours: 

Monday through Friday, call for times

Address: 

415 Main Street S., Holmen, WI

Phone Number: 

(608) 526-4212

La Crosse Police Department

Box location: 

Police Department Lobby

Open Hours: 

Monday through Friday, call for times

Address: 

400 La Crosse Street, La Crosse, WI

Phone Number: 

(608) 789-7240

West Salem Police Department

Box location: 

Police Department Lobby

Open Hours: 

Monday through Friday, call for times

Address: 

175 S. Leonard Street, West Salem, WI

Phone Number: 

(608) 786-0407

Onalaska Police Department

Box location: 

Police Department Lobby

Open Hours: 

Monday through Friday, call for times

Address: 

415 Main Street, Onalaska, WI

Phone Number: 

(608) 781-9550

Bangor Police Department

Box location: 

Bangor Municipal Office Lobby

Open Hours: 

Hours vary, call ahead

Address: 

100 17th Avenue, Bangor, WI

Phone Number: 

(608) 486-4276

Campbell Police Department

Box location: 

Police Department Lobby

Open Hours: 

Monday through Friday, call for times

Address: 

2219 Bainbridge Street, La Crosse, WI

Phone Number: 

(608) 783-1050

 

Special Collection Event!
Controlled medication drop off (All types of medications including Controlled Substances)

February 21, 2015, 9:00am – noon at the La Crosse County Household Hazardous Materials site.  (One site only). 
Details here.






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