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Pharmaceutical Drop Box

Pharmaceutical Drop Box Pharmaceutical Drop Box
A pharmaceutical drop-box has been installed inside the Tigard Police Department lobby, adjacent to Tigard City Hall located at 13125 SW Hall Blvd. The drop box allows citizens to dispose of unwanted, unused or expired medications throughout the year. The Tigard Police Department is pleased to provide the community this newly added convenience.

Tigard Police partnered with the Drug Enforcement Administration over the past year by participation in the nationally held Drug Turn-In events. Over 1400 pounds of pharmaceuticals were collected as a result of the past three collection events held in Tigard. Past year abuse of prescription pain-killers now ranks second-only behind marijuana as the nationís most prevalent illegal drug problem. It became evident the community wanted options to safely dispose of their unwanted prescription medications. To that end, Chief Orr began steps to bring a more convenient option to Tigard residents.

  • The Med-Return box is available during police lobby hours, everyday from 8 a.m. until 11 p.m.
  • Acceptable items for return are prescription medications and samples, all over-the-counter medications, vitamins, pet medications, creams, ointments and liquid medications in leak-proof containers.
  • The drop box is not suitable for thermometers, syringes, IV bags, bio-waste, aerosols of any type, inhalers and Epi-Pens.
  • The drop box is not intended to receive large quantities of pharmaceuticals from health care facilities.


For additional information, visit www.dea.gov or contact Jim Wolf, Public Information Officer at jim@tigard-or.gov or phone 503-718-2561.

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