The Yard Waste site closes for the season on Saturday November 10th at 4pm. 
Because the wooded area behind the compost site is private and hunted, along with all properties surrounding us, we close before gun season begins for everyone’s safety. 
We also have to put snow plow equipment on our trucks to be prepared for the weather, once plows are on we have no way of hauling the yard waste offsite.
Garbage must be placed curbside the night before collection day, or PRIOR TO 6 a.m. on the scheduled day of collection. 
Households are limited to disposing of garbage that can be contained in the provided 95-gallon container. The container remains the property of Advanced Disposal.
Items NOT accepted for pickup include: hazardous waste.
Recyclables must be placed in the Advanced Disposal provided cart the night before collection day, or PRIOR TO 6 a.m. on the scheduled day of collection
Items accepted for pickup include: Bi-metal and aluminum cans, clear, green brown container glass, plastics #1- #5, corrugated cardboard, newsprint and magazines. 

PLEASE DO NOT PUT YARD WASTE IN YOUR RECYCLE CART. All Yard Waste can be brought to the Compost Site at the Harrison Municipal Building with the purchase of a $5 (annual) sticker.
For more questions about your garbage and recycle service, click the following link
A license has been granted to “Ice Cold Emergency” to sell ice cream products and cold drinks within the Village of Harrison. The license plate on the ice cream truck is DH 10664. The permit is good through the end of September. Permission has been granted to sell products on village roads and at Darboy Community Park. Any specific questions regarding the conditions of this permit can be directed to Village Clerk Jennifer Weyenberg at or 989-1062.
The Village of Harrison Fire Commission is currently accepting applications to fill one vacancy for a Fire Commission member with a term ending April 2022.
If you are interested please fill out the application found HERE.
Noxious Weed Notice | 4/24/2018
Noxious Weed Notice
Village of Harrison
Calumet County, WI
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to each person who owns, occupies or controls land in the Village of Harrison, to destroy all Canada thistle, leafy spurge and field bindweed (Creeping Jenny) in accordance with Wisconsin Statute 66.0407.
All other weeds and grass shall be kept cut to a height of not to exceed eight inches on improved lands and ten inches on unimproved lands. As provided in Chapter 12 of the Municipal Code of Ordinances, the clerk shall cause a written notice to be served upon the owner or occupant of such real estate stating that unless such weeds are cut or otherwise properly destroyed, the Village will cause such weeds to be cut and the expense included in the taxes to be collected on such real estate.
Jennifer Weyenberg, Clerk
Village of Harrison
Published May 1, 2018 and May 8, 2018
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