2019 Dodge County Clean Sweep Collection: Saturday, August 24, 2019: Beaver Dam Collection Time: 8 am – 12 Noon Site: Dodge County Highway Dept. Shop (Town of Trenton), N8856 CTH A, Beaver Dam, WI 53916 Hazardous Materials Collected: household, farm, business. Cost: $10 Clean Sweep programs provide the public with opportunities to safely and legally dispose of unwanted pesticides, household products and chemicals. This program collects, treats, stores, or disposes of waste in an environmentally safe method through a licensed hazardous waste facility. Hazardous wastes can usually be identified by products which contain any of the following words:  caution, warning, danger, poison, toxic, ignitable or flammable, acid, corrosive or reactive. All residents of Dodge County are invited to participate. Farms and businesses are asked to pre-register so as the waste disposal company can accommodate their needs. Pre-registration is required for agriculture (for large quantities) & small businesses by Friday, August 16th. Please see the Dodge County Community Development -Clean Sweep Recycling   https://www.co.dodge.wi.gov/home/showdocument?id=32978  page for acceptable materials, not acceptable materials, and detailed information on the Clean Sweep Collection for 2019.  Please call Extension Dodge County at 920-386-3790 between 8 am and 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday.

Village of Theresa

Regulation of Length of Lawn and Grasses

Regulation of Length of Lawn and Grasses

Village Ordinance Section 127-3

Purpose: This section is adopted due to the unique nature of the problems associated with lawns, grasses and noxious weeds being allowed to grow to excessive length in the Village of Theresa

Public Nuisance: The Village of Theresa finds that lawns, grasses and noxious weeds on nonagricultural lots or parcels of land, which exceed six (6) inches in length, adversely affect the public health and safety of the public.  For that reason, any nonagricultural lawn, grass or weed on a lot or other parcel of land, which exceed six (6) inches in length, will hereby be considered a public nuisance.

Inspection: The Weed Commissioner or his designee shall inspect or cause to be inspected all premises and places within the Village to determine whether any public nuisance exists.

The Weed Commissioner shall immediately cause a five-day written notice to be served that the Village proposes to have the weeds or lawn cut so as to conform with this section. Only one notice, per year, shall be served upon the owner or occupant.

Pamela Koll, CMC, WCMC, CMTW

Clerk – Treasurer

Village of Theresa