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Refuse, Recycling & Brush

 

Trash/Recycling Service

 

UPDATE TO BULK SERVICES

Please read the Release of Information, 4/22/2020 found below: 
Bulk Waste City of Evansville -4/22/2020


 

COVID19 NOTICE FROM ADVANCED DISPOSAL 3/25/2020:

 

Effective March 23, 2020, Advanced Disposal will not collect any trash/refuse or recycling that is not containerized. All trash/refuse and recycling must be placed in the carts. 
  • Loose or bagged items placed outside the cart will not be collected. 
  • All Bulky item pickup/collection is suspended until further notice. 
To read the full notice provided from Advanced Disposal or for up-to-date information, choose the links below. 
 
COVID19 ADVANCED DISPOSAL 3/25/2020
Advanced Disposal

 

The City of Evansville contracts all refuse and recycling with Advanced Disposal. If you have issues with solid waste collection please contact Advanced Disposal 1-800-248-2373.  
To set up an account for garbage collection, water, sewer and/or electrical service please contact City Hall at 608-882-2266, option 1.   
The staff at City Hall will set up your billing for garbage collection, but the City does not operate the garbage and recycling collection service.  

 

Advanced Disposal 2020 Calendar

 


 

Yard Waste

 

The City of Evansville provides two options to dispose of personal yard waste. They include, Yard Waste Curbside Collection and the Yard Waste Drop Site. 

 

Curbside Collection Services

Collection of branches, brush and yard waste debris is scheduled from April to October, on the first (1st) full work week of the month.  All grass clipping and small yard waste must be placed in a paper bag or a container that can be emptied and placed back onto the parking area.  No plastic bags. 

Yard waste should not be raked or blown into the street.  Please be kind and blow your lawn clippings into your yard for natural decomposing.  When the lawn clippings clump together they create major clogs in the stormwater drainage system which can contribute to flash flooding and standing water in the streets.

  

5/6/2020 Release of Information - Curbside Brush Pickup Resumes

The City of Evansville had temporarily postponed brush pickup due to COVID 19. As we begin normal hours or operation again we have started to catch up with brush collection this week (May 4th – May 8th) and will be continuing through the following week (May 11th – May 15th). If you have any brush to put out please make sure it follows the City’s current guidelines for curbside collection services. Starting in June we will be back to our normal brush collection schedule, the first full week of the month.

Chad Renly

Municipal Services Director, City of Evansville

 

Yard Waste Drop Site / E-Recycling Dumpster

Hours

Wednesdays 5:00pm -7:00pm   

Saturdays 9:30am - 2:30pm  

At this site you can dispose of grass clippings, leaves, branches and general yard waste. Location is at 465 Water Street (next to the Fire Station). 

 

E-Waste Guidelines

A list of the most common electronic devices in the rule is as follows:

  • Consumer computers

  • Computer peripherals (i.e. keyboards, mouse, etc...)

  • Televisions and other video display devices

  • Fax machines

  • VCRs and DVD players

  • Consumer printers

  • Phones with video displays (i.e. cell phones)

Please refer to Wisconsin State Statute 287.07(5)(a) for the complete list of electronic devices that are regulated under this law.

 

Now Offering

Non-Evansville residents and area commercial businesses access now available through paid permits.  See forms below.


We are offering open access to tree remnants under 16" diameter for firewood.  Simply load up and drive off.  Wood chips and compost may also be available as supplies last and placed in designated collection areas.


We do not accept: dimensional lumber, plastics, hanging baskets, dirt and regular garbage

 


The yard / waste drop-off site will be open to the city residents at no charge (and non-city residents with a payable permit) for disposal from 5:00 pm-7:00 pm Wednesday nights and Saturdays from 9:00 am-2:30 pm starting on Saturday, April 4th, 2020.

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July 1, 2020 City Hall is open to the public. 8am -11:30am and 1:00pm – 4:30pm, To protect the health of the public and staff due to limited space for social distancing we are limiting our front counter services to the most basic of needs.

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