UW-Madison students are studying public open spaces in Monticello and need your input and ideas.
During this workshop, students will present a masterplan for public open space in the village and work with residents to develop ideas for selected spaces.
The project is led by Kristin Thorleifsdóttir, assistant professor with the Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture, in collaboration with the Village of Monticello and UW-Madison’s UniverCity Year.
Promoting Health and Well-being in Monticello through Public Open Space Design
The Monticello Chamber of Commerce board meets monthly from noon to 1:00 pm on the first Friday of every month. This location rotates monthly, please see your reminder email for location of this month’s meeting.
Cost of electronics $0.35/pound
Cost is $0.35/pound
VILLAGE OF MONTICELLO
SPRING CLEAN UP DAY – APRIL 16, 2018
Monday, APRIL 16th – ALL ITEMS MUST BE SEPARATED
/SORTED AND AT CURBSIDE BY 7:00 AM.
All debris, excluding brush, must be in an area not larger than
4’wide x 10’ 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 APRIL 11th.
- NO closed bags or containers / all items must be clearly visible
- NO construction materials of any kind
- Paint cans must be empty or open with paint completely dried
- All containers used to hold debris will be discarded
- NO propane tanks or cylinders
- NO e-waste (computers, TV’s, radios, anything with circuit boards)
Ashes and recyclables shall be disposed of at the recycling center.
Rock, brick, cement, garden debris, leaves, and dirt can be disposed
of during regular recycling center hours.
NO TIRES OR GARBAGE WILL BE PICKED UP.
Mondays and Wednesdays, excluding holidays. Come and join the library for a hands on story time featuring stories, snacks, crafts, games and more! All ages are welcome to attend!
Village Park – W Lake Ave
Two trees will be planted by fourth graders.
Fourth graders will be giving speeches.
Proclamation by Village President.
DNR presentation by Cody Didier.
The Monticello Chamber of Commerce all chamber meeting meets quarterly from noon to 1pm on the first Wednesday of the month. Please see below for future meetings for 2019:
Wednesday, May 1st- TnD’s
Wednesday, August 7th-TnD’s
Wednesday, November 6th
Join the library in welcoming local authors Ken and Barb Wardius as they present and talk on Wisconsin lighthouses.
Join the library in welcoming the Wisconsin Historical Society in a hands on exploratory evening. This event is fun, FREE and educational. The Monticello Public Library welcomes speaker Kurt Grisemer with his Hands on History presentation about Wisconsin’s mining past; learn the lore of the lumberjacks, explore shipwrecks, discover Wisconsin’s Dairyland and more hands-on exploration of images and artifacts.
Wednesday meeting dates may vary. Join us for our Wednesday night book discussion. Please check back for the book selection of the month. Copies can be picked up at the library.
Let us advertise for you! Ads will run in local papers and garage sale spreadsheets will be available around Monticello. Cost is only $5 per household (checks payable to Monticello Chamber of Commerce).
Deadline is 12:00 NOON – Monday, May 14th
Mail or drop off your entry at Monticello Village Hall, 140 N Main St., Monticello, WI 53570
A lawn sign will be delivered to your yard which matches your location on the map. Please leave it out for us to pick up.