The City of Evansville contracts curbside collection service with Badgerland Disposal/LRS. Badgerland/LRS will provide recycling and refuse collection for all residents on Thursdays. Under the curbside collection program each resident will receive poly-carts for their recyclables (biweekly service) and for their trash (weekly service).
2023 Service Calendar Badgerland/LRS
Additional information or any questions may be answered by calling Badgerland Disposal at 608-580-0580 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
To set up an account for garbage collection, water, sewer and/or electrical service please contact City Hall at 608-882-2266, option 1.
The staff at City Hall will set up your billing for garbage collection, but the City does not operate the garbage and recycling collection service.
Sign-up opens May 8th for Clean Sweep 2023. Drop-offs will be June 23 in Milton, June 24 in Beloit, and August 26 in Janesville. Open to all Rock County residents. This program is popular and capacity is limited so advance registration is required. Priority chemicals include pesticides, herbicides, mercury, old vehicle fuels, solvents, thinners, wood preservatives, pool chemicals, unknown chemicals, and oil-based paint, to name a few. Latex paint is not accepted.
For a list of accepted materials, year-round recycling for rechargeable batteries, motor oil, electronics, fluorescent bulbs, and a household chemical disposal guide, go to the Rock County Clean Sweep website (https://www.co.rock.wi.us/departments/land-conservation/clean-sweep ) or call at 608-754-6617 ext. 3
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.
Curbside leaf collection begins after curbside yard waste collection ends and will continue until snow accumulates or the end of November. Municipal Services requests that leaves are left loose on the curb. You may also take them to the Yard Waste Drop Site, located at 465 Water St (next to the Fire Station).
Curbside tree collection will begin the first workday following Christmas Day and continue until snow accumulates or the end of January. It will then resume in April when the yard waste curbside collection begins.
Wednesdays: 5-7pm (April 1st through November 1st)
Saturdays: 9am-2:30pm (April 1st through November 18th)
At this site you can dispose of grass clippings, leaves, branches and general yard waste.
Leaves need to be in a bin or paper bags.
Location is at 465 Water Street (next to the Fire Station).
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