Public Works Trustee
The Public Works Trustee coordinates maintenance for streets, bridges, curbs, street lights, signs, Village Hall, street cleaning, lakefront, ravines, public land use permits as well as driveway permits. To review Chapter 7 Public Works Ordiances, visit the North Bay Ordinances page. For questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pick up is Mondays (generally delayed one day if Monday falls on a holiday). Place at the curb by 7AM. More information is available on the Johns Disposal North Bay page.
Weekly Automated Recycling Collection
Recyclable materials include newspapers, cardboard, cans, glass, cartons and plastics are collected in the automated recycling carts provided by Johns Disposal. Carts are owned by Johns and remain with the house. To rent additional recycling carts, or to swap the size, please contact Johns Disposal directly.
Yard Waste & Small Branches
All yard waste and small branch bundles must be bagged and stickered for collection. Yard waste stickers are sold in sheets of 5 for $5 and may be purchased from any Board member (click here for Board member contact list). Yard waste is collected every other Monday from mid-April through mid-November. The schedule appears on the Village Calendar and is also published on the Johns Disposal North Bay page.
A few reminders:
- Bag yard waste in 30-gallon paper bag | Bags may be purchased at local hardware stores
- Bundle small branches | Use twine to bundle branches smaller than 6” in diameter and up to 4 feet long; maxiumum bundle is either 60 lbs. or or 1 ft. in diameter
- Affix one full sticker on each bag or bundle.
- Place at curb by 7AM.
From your curb only, beginning in October until the first snowfall. Please leave a gap of 6 inches between the leaves and curb to allow for the flow of rainwater. Please do not mix in yard waste or plants with the leaves.
Drop off between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. every 3rd Saturday, April through October at 6200 21st. St. in Racine. For more information on what type of items are accepted, click here or call (262) 636-9181.
Christmas Tree Pickup
Johns Disposal will pick up Christmas trees on the first three Mondays in January. Please remove all lights, ornaments and tinsel and place trees at the curb by 7AM.
Village streets are plowed when there are 2-3 inches of snow or at the discretion of the Public Works Trustee.