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The City of Glendale, Wisconsin


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Yard Waste Program

Yard Waste Program

Yard waste includes leaves, garden debris, and small twigs.  No grass clippings will be collected. Residents are encouraged to use mulching mowers or compost their own grass clippings.

1. Yard waste materials must be placed in either cans clearly marked with the words "Yard Waste" in two locations; or in 30-gallon paper yard waste bags which are available at local hardware stores.  Plastic bags will not be accepted.

2. The weight limit of each container must not exceed 50 pounds or the materials will not be collected.

3. Yard waste mixed with trash will be rejected.

4. Yard waste must be placed at the edge of the street, curb or alley (the same location as garbage pick-up)  abutting your property but must not extend onto the pavement, the same day as garbage collection.

(To determine your collection week check the City of Glendale website here)

5.  Yard waste shall not be placed on cul-de-sac islands, city-owned lots, school property, boulevards or at the end of "dead end" or "no outlet" alleys.


Disposal of Large, Bulky or Non-Household Waste

Disposal of Large, Bulky, or Non-Household Waste

Disposal of large furniture, mattresses, etc., is done by special collection on Mondays only.  Residents must call Advanced Disposal Services at (262) 679-0860 to schedule a special pick-up for all large, bulky, or non-household waste.  

Special pick-ups must be scheduled at least two days in advance of the scheduled Monday collection.  Items may be placed at the curb on the night prior to the Monday collection only.

Items must be neatly piled or placed in containers to facilitate collection.  All collections are done by hand, so your consideration for the collection workers is appreciated.





Online Payments


Online Payments:


Utility Payments can now be paid online.

 Please visit:


                   https://www.paymentservicenetwork.com


For new user registration enter:Business Name:  Glendale

  • Business City:  Glendale
  • Business State:  WI
  • Choose Business ID #RT24698 register for water bill payments
Please enter account number with dashes.

Rummage Sales

Rummage Sales


The following procedures have been established for property owners in order to comply with the rummage sale ordinance.  The rummage sale registration process is as follows:

  • Rummage sales will be permitted on residential property for up to three (3) days per sale with a maximum number of sales per property of three (3) per year
  • No fee will be required
  • A property owner wishing to conduct a rummage sale may register on the city website at www.glendale-wi.org/rummage, come to City Hall and/or City Services during normal office hours, or may phone either (414) 228-1705 or (414) 228-1710 and register their proposed rummage sale; provided the following information is given:
    • Name of property owner
    • Address of the sale
    • Dates of rummage sale
  • A rummage sale registration must be received no later than noon on Friday for a sale to take place that weekend
  • No fee or permit will be required for a rummage sale sign, provided it meets the requirements of the sign ordinance
  • Any rummage sale signs on the City right-of-way, boulevards, medians, City trees, light poles or traffic signs will be removed by either the Police Department, Public Works Department or City personnel without notification to the property owner.

Seeking Volunteers



North Shore Library

North Shore Library Programs



Summer Film Fest
Tuesdays at 6:00 PM: July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 

Tuesday, July 9 at 2:00 PM
Computer Basics
This class will cover terminology, mouse and keyboard basics, opening and closing programs, creating a Word document, and saving.


Thursday, July 11 at 2:00 PM
Appy Hour
Do more with your library card!  Libraries are no longer just a place for books, you can now rent eBooks, audio-books, magazines, movies, TV shows, and more--all for free with your library card!  We will discuss our digital library services, amazing databases, and other things you can do to get the most out of your library card!  No registration required.

Wednesday, July 17 at 12:00 PM
*Managing Difficult Behaviors
Join a dementia care specialist from Silverado North Shore to learn about how to handle behaviors for your loved one with dementia.  We'll go over supportive care strategies, what different behaviors mean, and how to redirect behaviors.

Wednesday, July 17 at 6:00 PM
Bingo Night
Join us for Bingo with the North Shore Librarians.  Enjoy some snacks and compete for fun prizes.  All ages welcome.

Monday, July 22 at 6:00 PM
*Understanding Opioids and the Pathway to Addiction
Learn about the opioid epidemic, how anyone can become addicted, and what you can do to make sure that you're not overprescribed.  With Milwaukee Community Opioid Prevention Effort.

Wednesday, July 24 at 12:00 PM
*Puzzle Swap
Bring a puzzle, share a puzzle!  Swap your gently used puzzles with fellow puzzlers.

Wednesday, July 24 at 6:00 PM
Digitize Your Memories
Learn how to preserve and digitize old VHS tapes, photos, images, film, negatives and documents with the Library’s new conversion equipment and Epson Perfection Scanner. This is a tutorial about how to use the library equipment and an overview of library policies.

Monday, July 29 at 6:00 PM
Trivia Night @ the Library
Bring your friends & family for a trivia challenge run by the North Shore librarians. Enjoy some pizza and soda, flex your knowledge and have fun competing for cool prizes.

Wednesday, July 31 at 6:00 PM
*Publish Your Own E-book
Have a story that you want to get out into the world? Publish it on an E-book platform! Learn all about the different options and how you can share your work.



Youth Services Programs: July 2019

Tuesday, July 9 at 1:30 PM
Sunset Playhouse presents “Wanted: Fairy Godmother!”
Join Sunset Playhouse as they perform the musical “Wanted: Fairy Godmother”. All ages welcome.
 
Tuesday, July 23 at 1:30 PM
Juggler Chris Fascione
Join Chris Fascione as he brings juggling and comedy to the library with his Juggling Funny Stories show! All ages welcome.

Monday, July 8 at 6:00 PM
Book Boogie Story time
Listen to stories, sing and dance in this music & movement based story time. All ages welcome.
 
Thursday, July 18 at 2:00 PM
Sky Stories with Wehr Nature Center
Have you ever looked at the night sky and wondered what all those sparkling lights are? Find out with the Wehr Nature Center as you act out sky stories from history, learn about moon phases, learn about gravity and create your own constellation! Grades K-5.
 
Thursday, July 25 at 3:00 PM
Sphero Obstacle Course
Make an obstacle course and take the Sphero Robot through it! Challenge others to try your course and test your skills on theirs! Ages 10 & up.


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