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Where do I dispose of grass clippings, yard waste and brush?

Grass clippings and miscellaneous yard waste such as flowers, leaves and plant trimmings can be brought to the Village dump site located at 100 Pleasant Hill Avenue. The dump site is open for Village residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.   Grass clippings and miscellaneous yard waste should not be placed on the terrace and will not be picked up. 

Brush can be placed on the terrace.  Brush (sticks and branches) which is large enough to chip (generally at least ½” in diameter, yet no more than 4” in diameter and at least three feet long) may be piled loose on the terrace and should be placed with cut ends all pointing in the same direction as the traffic travels in the lane closest to your property. Branches should not be more than 10’ long.  All yokes and wyes more than 1 ½” in size must be cut through.  Small brush of ½” diameter or less should be put in a solid container.  Brush placed in bags or cardboard boxes will not be picked up.   If a tree trimming service is hired for maintenance at your residence, that business is required to dispose of the tree brush.  Public Works will limit brush chipping to one hour per residence per week so as to better serve the community. 


Please do not place brush on the curb more than 24 hours prior to collection.  Collection will be on Mondays as weather permits.  Help keep the Village of Lomira attractive!


What are the garbage and recycling guidelines?

Refuse/Recycling Program for Single Family, Duplex and Mobile Home Residences

            Garbage and recycling services for single family homes, duplexes and mobile homes are provided by Waste Management.  Any bulky item that does not fit into the carts can be disposed of by contacting Waste Management at 1-888-960-0008.  Provide Waste Management with your name, address and the item(s) to be picked up.  They will bill you over the phone.  Bulky item pick up is scheduled for the first Wednesday of each month.  Waste Management will only pick up the bulky items if you have called them to schedule the pick up. 

            Apartments and businesses need to contract their own garbage and recycling services and bulky item pick up. 

          All residents may utilize the bulk waste drop off day held in May. 

Do I have to license my dog and/or cat?

All residents who have dogs and/or cats in the Village of Lomira need to have their pets licensed each year.  Licenses are valid for the calendar year (January 1 to December 31). 

Licenses must be obtained BEFORE APRIL 1 to avoid a penalty.  Owners must show proof of rabies vaccination from their veterinarian to obtain a dog/cat license.  A proof of rabies vaccination includes the rabies serial number, date the vaccination was given and date the vaccination expires. Dog and cat license fees are as follows:  Dogs/cats spayed/neutered $10.00 each, dogs/cats un-spayed/un-neutered $15.00 each.  All dogs and cats need to be licensed.

Failure to have your dog/cat properly licensed can result in a citation issued by the Police Department for $213.10 per pet per occurrence.






When is the Villagewide rummage sale?

The first Saturday in June





What are the available rental properties within the Village?

Click here for a list of rental properties.



I am moving out of my current residence.  Who should I contact regarding my sewer and water bill?


If you are moving out of a residence and/or moving into a Lomira residence or have a question on your bill, please contact the Village Clerk's office at (920) 269-4112 option 2.  If you are moving out, the Clerk will need your forwarding address to send you a final sewer and water bill.  If you are moving into a new residence, the Clerk will need to set up an account for you. 




What is the PFP charge on the sewer and water bill?


Click here for Public Fire Protection FAQs



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