City Dumpster Hours At City Garage
- Year Round: 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm or until dumpsters are full
- April 1st - October 31st: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm or until dumpsters are full
- Closed on ALL Holiday weekends and closed for Jam 'N Juneau
- Includes old furniture, old pieces of carpet and any appliance that does not contain freon, water heaters.
- There is a recycling dumpster that accepts paper and cardboard only.
- Tires are also accepted, but a fee of $5.00 per tire will be charged. The fee may be paid in advance at City Hall or a work ticket can be created on site by an attendant. The fee must be paid at City Hall within 7 days. The attendant will not accept the fee directly.
- Residents will be required to show proof of residency when dropping off items at the city dumpster.
Items NOT Accepted:
- Includes waste materials from remodeling projects and any appliance that contains freon. These appliances include refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, and dehumidifiers. TV's or electronic items are NOT accepted. Regular garbage and recyclable containers are also NOT accepted at the city dumpster.
For Disposal of Remodeling Project Wastes: Call a local solid waste contractor to get a dumpster. Residents can call Waste Management at (920) 387-0987 or check the Yellow Pages for other solid waste contractors.
Motor Oil and Filters
Motor Oil and Filters
- Drain oil from vehicle. Put in a covered container that is clean or has been used only for motor oil.
- Take to City Dumpster at the City Garage. Oil will only be accepted during city dumpster hours.
- Never mix used motor oil with anti-freeze, gas, paint, paint thinners, pesticides, solvents or other liquids.
- Oil filters are also accepted at the City Garage only during city dumpster hours. See attendant for proper disposal.
- Lead-acid vehicle batteries contain highly corrosive sulfuric acid that burns skin.
- Check fluid cell caps (on top of battery); be sure they are tightly sealed. Identify terminals. On some batteries, the terminals stick up on top. Other batteries have terminals that are recessed, one on each side.
- Remove cautiously. Avoid touching both terminals at the same time.
- Place on thick, leak-proof plastic. Even concrete needs protection.
- Take to retailer. State law requires retailers of lead-acid vehicle batteries to accept up to two used batteries per day at no charge from anyone who purchases a battery from them or for a small fee from anyone else. Some retailers pay for used vehicle batteries when demand for lead is high.
- Do not put in areas accessible to children and pets.
- Do not allow to freeze, crack, and leak sulfuric acid. If battery fluid leaks or spills, neutralize it immediately with baking soda or lime.