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SOCRRA Voucher Payment Options
SOCRRA Drop-off Center Closed as of Tuesday, 3/17/2020

The following options are available for Rochester Hills residents to purchase a SOCRRA Voucher for disposal of household hazardous waste.
 Vouchers are non-refundable.

A voucher may be purchased for $10.00 each and is good for one (1) drop-off visit at the Troy facility located at 995 Coolidge Highway in Troy (between 14 Mile and Maple roads/phone 248.288.5150).

IMPORTANT: Please bring your printed voucher or receipt as well as a drivers license to confirm residency. SOCRRA will only accept a paper voucher or receipt for drop-off visits; electronic confirmation (via a cell phone) will not be accepted. If you purchase a voucher online, you must print out the emailed voucher receipt on paper, print your address on the voucher and bring it with you to the SOCRRA facility.
In Person (Cash, Check or Credit/Debit)
Treasury Department:
City Hall (Upper Level)
1000 Rochester Hills Drive Directions
Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Online Payment (Credit/Debit Card/E-Check - checking/savings account) 
Pay Online:  BS&A Online (Enter SOCRRAVO under Customer ID, click SOCRRA VOUCHER, then enter $10.00 into the top invoice option and choose Pay this Invoice, then choose Checkout and follow the prompts.)
Pay By Phone: First you must call Treasury at 248.656.4675 to get the reference number (next voucher number). Then call 1.833.440.3763 (press 8 for SOCRRA Voucher)
   Please retain your confirmation number until the transaction appears on your statement.
Service Fee: eCheck = No Fee
                    Credit/Debit Card = 2.8% with a minimum of $1.50
                    The city receives no portion of this fee
Cards Accepted: 
  • Credit Cards - AmEx, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
  • Debit Cards - MasterCard from Star, Pulse or NYCE networks

For direct assistance, please contact the Treasury Department at 248.841.2581 or by email at .

Please Note: Per City fee schedule, $30.00 will be charged for all items returned from the bank due to non-sufficient funds (NSF), closed account, exceeding the allowable number of electronic transactions on a savings account, etc.

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