New Pinedale RV Dump & Fill Station Grand Opening June 19
Pinedale Mayor Matt Murdock
cuts the ribbon during the
Grand Opening for the new RV
First ones through
The Mofit family from
Meeker, Colorado broke the
Grand Opening Ribbon. (L to
R) Friend Faris Brown from
Pinedale, John & Lisa
Mofit, Cathleen Alford with
by Town of Pinedale
June 17, 2020
The Town of Pinedale Recreational Vehicle Dump and Fill
Station is ready for summer.
In celebration, the Town will be hosting a Grand Opening on
site at 957 West Pine Street, behind Rocky Mountain Wash on
Friday, June 19, 2020 at 10 a.m.
The first 10 recreational vehicles with a local license
plate will be able to use the facility at no charge.
The completion of this project has been a Town Council
priority for the last several years. The Dump and Fill
Station will provide a much-needed service to both our local
community and the many travelers that come through Pinedale.
This new project will now allow recreational vehicles to
dispose of waste for a flat fee as well as provide a water
fill station for recreation and industrial vehicles.
The Pinedale Town Council wishes to thank the Wyoming
Business Council, Rocky Mountain Wash, Rio Verde
Engineering, Teletractors, Hayley Ruland, Josh Wilson, and
the many people who worked hard complete this project.
Pinedale Mayor, Matt Murdock got the honors of cutting the
Grand Opening ribbon. The first RV through was a family from
Meeker, Colorado visiting on their way to Yellowstone
National Park, John and Lisa Mofit along with their daughter
Cathleen and granddaughter Lucy. The first Pinedale resident
to bring an RV through and use the dump station was Mike