City continuing May storm debris clean-up; reinstating fees at Restricted Use Site

While fees for people to bring storm debris to the Restricted Use Site had been waived for the past month, they will be reinstated as of Monday, June 20th.  The City’s Public Works Department announced Wednesday that all restricted use site fees will be reinstated starting on Monday.  The fees are twelve-dollars per cubic yard and eighteen-dollars a pickup load.  The Restricted Use Site is located northwest of Junius and is open Mondays through Thursdays from 1:30 until 4:00 in the afternoon, and on Fridays and Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.

The city’s yard waste site will also return to normal operations on Monday.  The site is located on 456th Avenue, just north of the city’s wastewater treatment plant.  The change back to normal operations means the site is for City of Madison residents only, no contractors or businesses.  

City residents are still encouraged to report any damaged boulevard trees to the Public Works Office.  

City crews continue to work on picking up storm construction debris from city boulevards.  They will only be making one pass through the city to collect these items.

Anyone with any questions regarding the city’s storm debris clean-up efforts is encouraged to contact the city’s Public Works Office at (605) 256-7515, Option 5.  

June 15th Press Release – City of Madison Public Works Department



June 16, 2022