Tuesday, July 28, 2020 - 8:09am

Certain items, like microwaves and televisions, accepted by the Streets Division require a recycling fee sticker.

A complete list of items that require a fee can be found on the Streets Division’s website.

Order the Stickers You Need Now
Residents may purchase a recycling fee sticker online, over the phone, or via the mail.

There are no in-person purchase options for sticker sales at this time due to the ongoing pandemic.

Stickers are mailed following a successful purchase. This will cause a delay in obtaining the stickers so residents are encouraged to plan ahead.

How to Purchase a Fee Sticker

  • Option 1: Online

Go to www.madisonpay.com and use the links under the Streets & Recycling banner.

Stickers will be mailed following a successful purchase. Allow at least one week for delivery.

  • Option 2: By Phone

Contact the Streets Division office that services your home for curb side collection and provide credit card information over the phone. Stickers will be mailed following a successful purchase. Allow at least one week for delivery.

Residents who live east of South Park Street should call 608-246-4532.

Residents who live west of South Park Street should call 608-266-4681.

  • Option 3: By Mail

Mail a check to the Streets Division with a note explaining the stickers that need to be purchased. Allow at least one week for the check to arrive at the Streets Division, and an additional week for the stickers to be mailed back.

Purchase requests can be mailed to:

City of Madison Streets Division
1501 W. Badger Rd
Madison, WI 53713

Additional Information
If there are questions, all residents are encouraged to contact the Streets Division.

Residents who live east of S. Park Street, and that includes the isthmus, should call 608-246-4532.

Residents west of S. Park Street, and that includes the neighborhoods around Camp Randall, should call 608-266-4681.

Additional information can also be found on the Streets Division’s Moving Days website and the Recyclopedia.

Don’t forget to watch and share the Streets Division’s YouTube video on how to have a fast and safe move out.
 

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