The Glendale Stream - July 2019
The Glendale Stream
July 2019

The City of Glendale, Wisconsin


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City of Glendale 2040 Comprehensive Master Plan

City of Glendale - 2040 Comprehensive Master Plan

Watch for future updates and invitations as the Plan Commission is kicking off the process to updated the City of Glendale’s Comprehensive Master Plan. Communities are required to have a Comprehensive Plan by Wisconsin law and must update their plans every 10 years. The 2040 Comprehensive Master Plan will address future priorities and policies across a number of topics, including land use, housing, transportation, economic development and natural resources.
The 2040 Comprehensive Master Plan will include numerous opportunities for public input. These will be opportunities for members of the public to participate in the planning process and share your ideas, desires and objectives for the City of Glendale.  Check the Newsletter and city website for updates and meeting dates.

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:


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.

Yard Waste

Yard Waste

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; only not extending onto pavement by 7:00 a.m. on Monday of your collection week.  To determine your collection week, please refer to the yard waste pick-up map/schedule. 

**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.

Additional information regarding collection of refuse:

City Ordinance Section 8.3.6(b)

(b) Restriction on Time of Placement. (1) All receptacles and containers for refuse, rubbish, and yard waste and all bundles of rubbish shall be placed in collection locations as designated in Subsection (a) above only after 4:00 p.m. on the evenings prior to the regular collection time.  Brush must be placed at the collection site by 7:00 a.m. on Monday prior to the scheduled brush collection.  Before March 20 and after November 6, brush will be collected by request only, weather permitting, and shall not be placed at a collection site unless arrangements for collection have been made. (2) All receptacles, bags, containers, and any refuse, rubbish, brush or yard waste not collected shall be removed from the curbside collection point within twenty-four (24) hours after the regular collection time. (3) City employees or employees of licensed collectors will not enter any structures to remove garbage or refuse. 

Seeking Volunteers

North Shore Library

North Shore Library Programs

Summer Film Fest
Tuesdays at 6:00 PM: August 6, 13, 20, 27 

Monday, August 5 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.

Tuesday, August 6 at 1:00 PM
Cut the Cable
Why pay for cable when you can use library resources for free? Learn how to cut the cable and use library resources to access books, audiobooks, TV shows, movies, and music!
Wednesday, August 7 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
Thursday, August 8 at 2:00 PM
What is Livestreaming?
Did you know that you can broadcast events in real-time to your friends and family on different social media platforms? This informational class will discuss the different ways that you can livestream and what equipment you will need.
Monday, August 12 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.

Thursday, August 15 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, audiobooks, 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.
Friday, August 16 from 10:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Blood Drive
Did you know that every three seconds someone needs blood? And that one unit of blood can impact up to three lives? The Blood Center of Wisconsin will be at the North Shore Library for anyone who wants to donate blood. You can sign up in advance by calling the library at 414-351-3461

Monday, August 19 at 6:00 PM
Understanding Ovarian Cancer
Otherwise known as the Silent Killer, ovarian cancer causes more deaths than any other cancer of the female reproductive system. A licensed nurse will talk to you about warning signs, treatment options, and prevention.
Wednesday, August 21 at 6:00 PM
Know the 10 Signs
This interactive workshop identifies the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer's disease and the benefits of early detection. Separate myth from reality and address commonly held fears about Alzheimer's in America. Hear from people who have the disease and find out how to recognize the signs. With the Alzheimer’s Association.
Thursday, August 22 at 2:00 PM
What is the Cloud?
The Cloud, short for Cloud Computing, means storing your information over the Internet instead of on a flash drive or computer hard drive. Learn how you can use the Cloud to your advantage and what options are available in this informational program.
Wednesday, August 28 at 6:00 PM
LinkedIn Headshots
A good Linkedin headshot inspires confidence and authenticity. It also demonstrates how you take your personal brand and professionalism seriously. Stop by the library for a digital headshot. Head to the library and take advantage of our professional camera and lights to capture the perfect digital headshot

Youth Services Programs: August 2019

Saturday, August 17 at 9:15 AM
Farmers Market Storytime
A family storytime at the Fox Point Farmers Market. All ages welcome.
Thursday, August 1 at 6:00 PM
#ThrowbackThursday Beach Party!
Grab your flip-flops, wear your grooviest cover-up and head to the library’s retro beach party! Hang ten while you explore music, games, crafts and snacks from the 60’s beach scene. Celebrate the end of the summer reading program with fun activities and get an additional raffle ticket for attending. Please no swimsuits. All ages welcome.
Friday, August 9 from 12:00 – 1:30 PM
Pen Pal Picnic at Ellsworth Park Pavilion
Pack a lunch and meet your library pen pal at this picnic in the park! We’ll play games and serve dessert! REGISTRATION REQUIRED. *Program will be held at the library in case of inclement weather.

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