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Refuse and recycling is collected Wednesdays. Refuse is collected on a weekly basis while recycling is collected bi-weekly (every other week).
Refuse and recycling are collected between the hours of 7:00 AM and 8:00 PM. Refuse and recycling must be to the curb by 7:00 AM.
Larger refuse and recycling carts are 95-gallons in size. Smaller refuse and recycling carts are 65-gallons in size. Please contact Columbia County Solid Waste with any cart size questions.
On Wednesdays, place the gray refuse cart on one side of your driveway or property. Place the blue recycling cart on the other side. The lid opening must face the street. Keep the cart at least three feet away from:
Refuse and recycling carts are the property of Columbia County Solid Waste.
Any issues with a cart should be directed to Columbia County Solid Waste’s office, 608-742-6651.
Only items placed inside the carts will be collected. Full plastic bags placed inside the carts are acceptable.
Items such as aluminum, cardboard, plastic bottles, plastic jars, glass bottles, glass jars, paper, and tin food cans are accepted as recycling material by the city’s collection provider. A more comprehensive list of acceptable recycling materials is available on the Columbia County Solid Waste website.
The refuse (or trash) cart should hold non-recyclable materials. No liquids, electronics, hazardous materials, or recyclables are permitted in the refuse cart. All refuse must be in the cart. Materials not placed in the cart will not be collected.
Carts can be stored in garages, along the sides of properties, or behind properties. Storage of carts in the front of properties is not permitted.
The annual refuse and recycling program fee is $147 per eligible residence or business. The program fee is payable as a special fee on property tax bills.
Property owners of newly constructed residences should contact City Hall once they receive an occupancy permit. New residents will be required to pay a prorated portion of the year prior to receiving garbage and recycling carts. Subsequent charges for garbage and recycling cart collection will be assessed on property taxes as a special fee.
Small businesses who opt into the city's garbage and recycling collection program should contact City Hall. The property owner where the small business resides will be required to pay a prorated portion of the year prior to the small business owner receiving garbage and recycling carts. Subsequent charges for garbage and recycling cart collection will be assessed on property taxes as a special fee until the city is notified that the collection services are no longer needed.
Records are available for request and/or inspection Monday through Friday during normal business hours.
Yes, cost of all city services are established in a fee schedule available at City Hall.
Police reports are $1 per page. Other costs apply for fax requests and electronic media. Please contact the department with any questions.
At the time you received the traffic citation, the officer should have issued you an envelope with the court’s address. If not, you can obtain an envelope at the Lodi Police Department or mail your payment and a copy of the traffic citation to Eastern Columbia County Joint Municipal Court, 248 W. Stroud Street, Randolph, WI 53956. You may also pay online via the Online Citation Payments portal.
Please download the application and instructions for permanent and temporary parking permits.
The pool typically opens the second weekend in June and closes the last full weekend in August.
Yes. However, if the group is larger than 25 swimmers, please call in advance (1- 2 days) during City Hall's business hours with the future date and time so enough lifeguards will be on duty to accommodate the group.
No food is permitted in the pool area. Water is the only beverage allowed (no glass bottles).
Yes, additional towels or blankets are allowed on the pool deck to use to sit or relax so long as they do not inhibit the lifeguards' movement.
Yes. There is a drinking fountain available near the restrooms inside and outside the pool fence.
Tree limbs and power lines are not a good combination – especially in severe weather. Trees are a common cause of service interruption and outages. A damaging storm can disrupt power for extended periods. In addition, tree limbs and branches that extend into power lines pose a significant risk to public safety even with mild weather.
City crews will trim trees on an annual basis, typically one neighborhood at a time. Trees are also trimmed in an emergency situation. Notification of crews working in a neighborhood will take place by written notice. City-owned trees are trees planted in the public right of way, along street alleys or highway, and on City property. These trees are trimmed and, if necessary, removed without notice to property owners.
Trained crews use methods to protect the health of the tree while providing the established minimum safety clearance. The tree is trained to grow away from the lines, minimizing the need for future trimming.
If limbs continue to interfere with lines, the City may suggest removing the tree, with permission from the property owner, at no charge. If a tree is dead or dying, the City may cut it back to the point of safety and suggest that it is further removed by the property owner, at the owner’s expense.
Local ordinances provide for the authorization to trim trees as necessary for public safety and reliability of electrical service. City crews will make efforts to contact a property owner, in person and by written notice, prior to going on private property and conducting tree trimming, unless it is an emergency situation requiring attention.
The amount of trimming depends on the type of tree and how close it is to electrical lines. For example, a fast-growing tree like a silver maple may be cut back more often than a slow-growing tree. Around high-voltage lines, clearance is approximately 10-12 feet for a fast-growing tree and 5-7 feet for a slow-growing tree. Where public space is interfered with, such as sidewalks, streets, intersection visibility, and street illumination, trimming may range from 10-14 feet of clearance.
The City will not remove a tree on private property without permission from the property owner. If a growing tree continues to grow into lines, the property owner may be notified to obtain permission to remove the tree instead of continual trimming. The City will not charge the property owner to remove a tree for this reason; however, the City will not remove stumps.
A dead or dying tree posing a hazard to lines will be cut back to the point of safety, and the property owner may be notified to remove the tree at the owner’s expense.
If you observe tree branches in contact with overhead lines, please notify Lodi Utilities immediately. Do not attempt to remove tree branches or limbs on your own.
The City provides the service to check and remove branches. The City trims only those branches or limbs in contact with lines.
The City will work with a property owner and/or contractor to move or shut off service to the home so trees can be further trimmed or removed safely by property owners.
Wood chips are available to customers where a crew is working in the neighborhood. Additionally, wood chips are generally available at the City compost site.
- Automobiles, vans, and Sport Utility Vehicles (SUV) that qualify as a passenger vehicle.- Motor trucks and dual-purpose motor homes (trucks that can be equipped with a slide-incamper unit) registered at a gross weight of 8,000 pounds or less.
- Buses, motorcycles, mopeds, motor homes, low-speed vehicles and trailers.- Trucks registered at more than 8,000 pounds or registered as Farm or Dual Purpose Farm.- Vehicles registered as Antique, Collector, Driver Education, Historic Military Vehicle, Hobbyist, Human Service Vehicle, Low Speed Vehicle, Medal of Honor, Municipal, State-Owned or Special X, and one vehicle with Ex-Prisoner Of War registration issued to any qualified individual.- Any vehicle with registration issued by a Wisconsin Indian tribe or band.- Vehicles displaying Dealer, Distributor, Finance Company or Manufacturer plates.- A motor vehicle which is a replacement for a motor vehicle for which a current city vehicle registration fee has been paid. (The replacement vehicle will be subject to the fee upon the annual registration.)
Email: VehicleQuestions@dot.wi.govTelephone: (608) 266-1466Mail: PO Box 8070, Madison, WI 53708-8070