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Earlier this week we were notified of a retaining wall sinking along Allen Creek by the Lake Leota Dam. Upon inspection more sections of the wall appeared to be undermined. This damage could lead to potential erosion of the ground supporting the bridge and road. In anticipation of upcoming rain events we are taking precautionary measures by closing the park bridge and opening the sluice gate to lower the lake. This will be a temporary closure and should be repaired by the end of next week. Please steer clear of the bridge until the work has been completed. We apologize for any inconvenience this may create and your patience is appreciated.


Thank you,

Chad Renly
Municipal Services Director

The Electronics Dumpster is back at it's new location 

The Electronics Dumpster is back and is now located at the Yard Waste Drop Site, 465 Water Street (next to the Fire Station). 

It will be open to the citizens of Evansville on Saturdays from 9:30am - 2:30pm  (Closes November 23rd 2019 for the season.) At this site you can also dispose of grass clippings, leaves, branches and general yard waste. 


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.
Release of Information Regarding Fall Leaf Pickup: 


Citizens of Evansville,  
We would like to thank you for your patience and understanding while awaiting our new Leaf Vacuum for fall leaf pickup. As previously stated we apologize for the unforeseen delay with the manufacturer. However, thanks to our hardworking team we have started the pickup process through other means.
We appreciate your cooperation with the new policy of not placing leaves in the streets or in bags. However, with the delay in the leaf removal we understand that some of you have chosen to bag your leaves. If your leaves are in bags, our Public Works team will be collecting them on Monday, November 11th and Tuesday, November 12th.
We would also like to use this opportunity to remind the citizens that the Yard Waste Dropsite located at 465 Water Street will be open this Saturday from 9:30am-2:30pm and will remain open on Saturdays until November 23rd for leaf disposal.  


If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact our Public Works Department at 608-882-2270 or call City Hall at 608-882-2266. 


We appreciate your ongoing patience. We are optimistic that this bump in the road will be well worth it in the future.


Public Notices for Conditional Use and other zoning permits that are scheduled for review at the next Plan Commission Meeting can be found on the Community Development Department's Current Applications page.


Every year the City sends out Tax Roll Insert Letters with the Tax Bills. Click here for valuable City Information. 



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 6th, 2019.

Meet Our Staff


Ian Rigg

City Administrator



Judy Walton

City Clerk