Cherry City Metals 5.0/5 based on 2 Reviews

Cherry City Metals accepts all sorts of metals as scrap for recycling.

Purchased in 1979 by Richard and Jeanne Schultz, Cherry City Metals has grown to become the largest scrap metal recycling and processing facility in the Mid-Willamette Valley.

Originally named City Recycling and operating on just one acre of land, we would call our Cherry Avenue location home for more than 19 years. In 1998, after numerous expansions and a name change, we moved to our current location in the Salem Industrial Park. This 10 acre facility utilizes state of the art equipment to process material that is shipped all over the world.

Throughout the years, Cherry City Metals has remained a family owned and operated business that has stayed true to its focus on honesty, customer service, competitive prices and a commitment to the environment and community.

Featured Reviews:

Best Service Ever And It Came With A Smile!

We required heavy duty street sign posts for a small private job and had exhausted ourselves looking for the right product at a reasonable price. Finally, we were directed by our local municipal dept of transportation to Cherry City Metals. There we met Keep Reading Tom Cooper, who totally blew us away with his friendly demeanor, knowledge and professionalism. What a great employee to have representing your company and working with the public. And our cost only was about 25% what it would have been anywhere else! A+++++++ Absolutely our Highest Recommendation! Thanks, Tom!!

Mark J. Jul 6th, 2018

Best Place And Staff Ever To Find “treasures”!! Thanks To Tom

Best day ever! I spent a good portion of my day at Cherry city metal recycling looking for some stainless steel for a cabinet I'm making to hold my Tormek grinding machine. I spent my day with Tom one of the employees there he was so friendly and kind and Keep Reading patient. I had a big smile on my face. It felt like I was a kid again scavenging for parts to fix one of my bicycles. Of course I walked away with a lot more "invention" ideas, a big smile on my face and a new friend. This will always be my first stop to look for metal items.

Melissa W. Jun 11th, 2018