City of
Madison

Collection Estimates

Information updated on 05/25/2017. Collection maps below are updated daily during collection periods.

 

Please note that the Streets Division operations will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 29.  There will be no curbside collections or drop-off services available on that day.  This also means the work week will be shortened for our collection crews, which will slow their progress on their rotation through the districts

 

For the week of May 30, crews will begin the week by collecting from the last few areas of the Monday refuse collection district who have not yet been serviced during this round.  Residents within the Monday district are encouraged to check the maps below prior to setting brush to the curb.  Brush set out after crews have completed an area for the current round will sit on the terrace for a few weeks until crews rotate back for the next round.

If you live within the Tuesday and Wednesday collection districts, it is advisable to get your brush to the curb prior to May 30.  Crews may be able to service both of these areas by the week’s end.

For the week of June 5, crews might be able to cycle through the Thursday and Friday districts and then they may begin a new round of collection in the Monday and Tuesday districts during the week of June 12.

The actual collection time may vary depending on workload, weather conditions, and equipment availability. Use the collection maps at the bottom of this page to learn where crews are working.

Residents can bring their brush to the drop off site at 4602 Sycamore Avenue or 1501 W. Badger Rd.

REMEMBER:

  • DO NOT PILE BRUSH IN THE STREET.
  • DO NOT BLOCK THE SIDEWALK WITH YOUR BRUSH PILE.
  • DO NOT MIX LEAVES & YARD WASTE WITH THE BRUSH.

HOW TO USE THE COLLECTION MAPS

If you would like to minimize the amount of time your brush pile is at the curb please follow the below guidelines.

First, click on the below map for your refuse collection day.

If the collection area map is color-coded for Next that means your area will soon be serviced by the Streets Division and you should place your material to the curb. We cannot guarantee a specific day as to when the collection will occur. Generally speaking, if your area is marked Next, it would be reasonable to expect your material to be collected within one to two weeks (barring any unforeseen circumstances such as extreme weather).

If the collection area map is color-coded for Current that means your district is presently being serviced by Streets Division crews. It is not advisable to set out material if your area is marked as Current. These maps are updated after the end of the collection crews' shift at 3pm. If you place material to the curb when your area is Current, it is possible that crews will have worked through your neighborhood before you will able to get the material to the curb, and before the maps were updated to reflect the crews progress. This means you will need to wait until the next collection round.

If the collection area map is color-coded for Round Complete that means your area has been collected for this round and crews will rotate back to your neighborhood again. Please continue monitoring the progress of the maps to learn when to set the material to the curb. Material set to the curb when the area is marked Round Complete will sit on the terrace for multiple weeks until crews can rotate to that neighborhood again.

If the collection area map is color-coded for Season Over that means the collection window for this material has ended for the season. You should not place this material to the curb. Material set to the curb when the area is marked Season Over will sit on the terrace until collection of this material resumes, which will likely be in several months.

 

COLLECTION AREA MAPS / SEE WHERE THE CREWS ARE WORKING

Maps are updated daily during collection periods.