Spring Leaf & Yard Waste Collection scheduled for April 15 – 18 and April 22-26

The City of Whitewater ~ Department of Public Works will conduct a leaf and yard waste collection the week of Monday, April 15 – Thursday, April 18, and Monday, April 22 – Friday, April 26, 2019. Please place your bagged yard waste on the curb by Monday, April 15.

Yard waste must be bagged in the Bio-Bags given out in the fall by the City, or clear, transparent bags only. Yard waste will not be collected if not bagged properly or placed in nontransparent or black bags. In addition, the City does not have free bags for residents this time of year.

Brush will not be collected as part of the yard waste collection. Brush is chipped as a service to all City residents every Tuesday throughout the year. Residents requesting brush collection may call 473-0560 (before 7 a.m.) on the Tuesday morning you wish your brush to be chipped. Chipping is done free of charge for the first 10 minutes. After that, a fee of $30.00 is charged to the homeowner for each additional 10 minutes.

Yard Waste Ordinance

Notice: It is against city ordinance to deposit any yard waste debris on city streets or right of ways other than City of Whitewater designated days.

Questions

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Streets/Parks/Forestry Dept. at 262-473-0560.

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