Yard Waste Disposal
YARD WASTE SITE HOURS
The Yard Waste drop-off site is located at W4476 Merbach Rd (off Peters Rd). Click HERE for more information on the new location.
Site opens for the season on Monday, April 4th 2022
Site closing for the season on Saturday, November 12th 2022
Mondays – 8:00am - 1:00pm
Tuesdays – 1:00pm – 6:00pm
Wednesdays – 8:00am - 1:00pm
Thursdays – 1:00pm – 6:00pm
Fridays – 8:00am - 1:00pm
Saturdays – 9:00am - 4:00pm
Please do not leave waste in bags or containers. The Village does not have the machines used to tear and mix the bags into the piles, therefore our residents will need to empty their bags at the site and dispose of their own bags.
The site is also open during the month of January for Christmas Tree disposal. The Village of Harrison does not provide Christmas Tree removal/pick-up.
Annual yard waste pass is available Monday-Friday 7:30am - 3:30pm at the Harrison Municipal Building. Cost is $20 per pass/sticker for 2022. Click HERE for the 2022 form.
Curbside Large Brush Pick-Up
The Harrison Public Works Department will pick up branches and brush piles during the designated season (May-October). Please have brush piles out by the last Monday of the month for the Public Works Department to pick-up during that week.
We kindly ask that you do not request this service for removal of small piles, grass clippings, etc. The heavy machinery used to remove brush piles is not equipped to clear small debris. Smaller yard waste items can be disposed of at the Yard Waste Site with purchase of a yard waste pass.
Call 920-989-1139 or email the Harrison Municipal Building prior to the last Monday of the month to have your address added to the "Chip List". Please leave your name and address when leaving a message.
Burning brush or large quantities of yard waste requires a burn permit. Please call the Harrison Municipal Building 920-989-1062 to have a burn permit issued. Permits are good for 7 days.
You will need to call the Calumet County Sheriff Department non-emergency number at (920) 849-2335 prior to burning.
Burn Permits are not required for bonfires.