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.
Municipal Services Director, City of Evansville
A list of the most common electronic devices in the rule is as follows:
Computer peripherals (i.e. keyboards, mouse, etc...)
Televisions and other video display devices
VCRs and DVD players
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.
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