No holidays, Sundays, or when there is a burning ban.
No, but you must call the Chippewa County Sheriff at 715-726-7701,then select #1. They will need the date and location of where you will be burning. If you live in the DNR Forest Fire Protection Area YES you must have a burning permit, the town clerk can issue one to you.
Brush and leaves from your property on your property only.
Contact any Board Member, Dennis Ferstenou 715-720-1226, Lawrence Frazer 715-933-2615, Randy Woodruff 715-226-0129
$15.00 per calendar year 2017.
Call Ruth Knapp, Eagle Point Town Treasurer at 715-723-2778.
Contact Dennis Ferstenou, Town Chairman at 720-1226
16306 165th Ave. Hwy 178 north to Cnty Y go past Old Abe's Supper Club to 165th Ave. take left, center is on the right.
1st and 3rd Saturday 8-1.
newspaper, magazines, office paper, corrugated boxes, grocery bags, glass bottles, plastic-#1&2 only, aluminum cans, tin cans, metal-car parts, pipes,faucets, tools, bike parts, appliances-fee charged, yard waste-grass, leaves, brush, concrete, metal, untreated lumber
Refrigerator, air conditioner, freezer, dehumidifiers-$20 each microwave-$15 dryer, stove, hot water heater, dishwasher, washing machine-$10 each
Based on what you bring and weight.
No tar or asphalt.
Waste Management is the contracted provider for residential. 800-621-8884
See list under forms and permits
See rates under forms and permits
Eagle Point is a zoned town with Chippewa County, please call 715-726-7940, prompt 5