City of
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REMINDER: Raking Season Begins This Weekend
Posted 10/9/2020
The weekend weather looks great for yard work. Before you dust off the rakes, make sure you get the new leaves and yard waste collection schedule for your home. All Madison …
Brush Collection Over for 2020
Posted 10/8/2020
Streets Division crews have completed the final round of guaranteed brush collection for the year of 2020. Residents should not place brush out for pickup again for this …
Be a watershed steward, try a new rain barrel, compost bin this fall
Posted 10/1/2020
Anyone who wants to help the environment by being a better watershed steward should consider adding rain barrels and compost bins to their home this fall. Rainwater harvesting …
New Leaf and Yard Waste Collection Schedule Now Available
Posted 9/29/2020
For the fall of 2020, all neighborhoods of Madison have assigned days when they should set leaves and yard waste out for curbside collection. The leaves and yard waste …
Food Scraps Recycling at Drop-off Sites Ending October 2
Posted 9/28/2020
Food scraps recycling at the Streets Division drop-off sites will stop for the year on Friday, October 2, 2020. The drop-off program will restart in 2021. Food scraps recycling …
Clean Streets/Clean Lakes Parking Enforcement Resumes October 5
Posted 9/18/2020
Enforcement of all posted Clean Streets/Clean Lakes (CSCL) parking restrictions will resume on October 5, 2020. Clean Streets/Clean Lakes prohibits parking for one side of a …
Announcing the Brand New Yard Waste Collection Schedule for 2020
Posted 9/15/2020
The Streets Division will be using a brand new leaf collection schedule for the fall of 2020. Madison residents will have assigned days when you should set leaves to the curb …
Final Round of Brush Collection Begins Monday, September 21
Posted 9/14/2020
The Streets Division will begin the final guaranteed round of brush collection of the year on Monday, September 21, 2020. All residents who need curbside brush collection …
No Refuse, Recycling, or Large Item Collections on Labor Day
Posted 9/1/2020
The Streets Division will not perform refuse, recycling, brush, or large item collections on Monday, September 7, 2020 in observance of the Labor Day holiday. The drop-off sites …
Statement Regarding Removal of Painting on West Dayton Street
Posted 7/31/2020
The City of Madison Streets Division began today to remove the painting from West Dayton Street. The painting on the street causes a traffic hazard by covering the double yellow …
August Moving Days: Donate, Donate, Donate
Posted 7/31/2020
Last year, the City of Madison landfilled over one million pounds of unwanted things just from the August Moving Days. Rather than wasting usable goods in the landfill, it’s …
Recycling Televisions and Other Electronics
Posted 7/30/2020
Electronics must be delivered to the Streets Division’s drop-off sites, or to a reputable private electronics recycler in the area that will protect your data and handle the …
August Moving Days: Appliances, Furniture, & Other Large Items
Posted 7/29/2020
The Streets Division uses a truck-mounted crane to collect large items, and we also use two-person crews to lift things from the curb. Following these below guidelines will help …
August Moving Days: Order Recycling Fee Stickers In Advance
Posted 7/28/2020
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 …
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