Monticello WI

The Village of Monticello, WI Welcomes You!

NEWS

  • SEALCOATING: N Main Street (E Lake Ave to E Coates Ave) will be CLOSED on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 for sealcoating.  Please use an alternate route. Municipal parking lot will be available for downtown parking to get to the local businesses.
  • FALL CLEAN UP DAYMonday, October 17th. Click here for more information.
  • CHURCH & HIGHLAND CEMETERY CLEAN UP: All decorations, flowers, shepard hooks and urns must be removed from the cemetery during the clean-up period from October 1st through October 15th. Individuals wishing to retain specific items must remove them prior to the October 1st start of clean-up.
  • PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION:  Will be held Tuesday, November 8, 2016. For more information on voting please click here.  Please register early.
  • COMPREHENSIVE PLAN  Click here to view the plan.
  • BRING IT TO THE BALLOT – PHOTO ID Most Wisconsin Voters will need to show an acceptable Photo ID to vote. IT’S THE LAW. Now is the time to obtain your free ID for voting purposes of voting from the DMV, if you do NOT have an acceptable form of Photo ID. Click here for more information.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Oct
1
Sat
Cemetery Clean-Up @ Highland Cemetery
Oct 1 – Oct 15 all-day

VILLAGE OF MONTICELLO

CHURCH & HIGHLAND CEMETERY

CLEAN UP

 

All decorations, flowers, shepard hooks and urns must be removed from the cemetery during the clean-up period from October 1st through October 15th. Individuals wishing to retain specific items must remove them prior to the October 1st start of clean-up.

Oct
5
Wed
Village Board Meeting @ Monticello Village Hall
Oct 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Village of Monticello Wisconsin hold village meetings on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.

View meeting agendas and past meeting minutes> CLICK HERE

Oct
17
Mon
Monticello Fall Clean-Up Day
Oct 17 @ 7:00 am

ALL ITEMS MUST BE SEPARATED/SORTED AND CURBSIDE BY 7 a.m.

 

All debris, excluding brush, must be in an area not larger than 4’wide x l0’ long x 4’high.

 

► Furniture and miscellaneous junk

► Burn barrels to be discarded must be empty

► Brush and scrap lumber with no tree limbs over 6″ in diameter

Or 8’ in length — in separate pile stacked parallel with street

► Metal and appliances

► Refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers, air conditioners, & anything containing

Freon. NOTE: ALL FREON SHALL BE REMOVED BY A LICENSED

      PERSON AND A CERTIFIED STATEMENT NEEDS TO BE RECEIVED

      BY THE VILLAGE CLERK BY OCTOBER 10TH.

► NO closed bags/boxes/containers

► NO construction materials of any kind

► Paint cans must be empty or open with paint dried

► All containers, used to hold debris, will be discarded

► No Propane Tanks or Cylinders

 

Small, loose articles should be placed into an open, disposable container.

 

Ashes, recyclables, rock, brick, cement, garden debris, leaves, and dirt can be disposed of at the recycling center during recycling center hours.

 

ABSOLUTELY NO TIRES, REGULAR GARBAGE OR RECYCLABLE ITEMS WILL BE PICKED UP