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12621 West Hampton Avenue
Butler, WI 53007-1791

Phone: 262-783-2525
Fax: 262-783-2522

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Village Board Meetings:
1st & 3rd Tuesday at 7:00 pm

Finance, Building Board, Public Safety meetings before the full board meetings.

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Garbage Collection

Important Change in Village of Butler’s Waste Hauling “Garbage” Contract

Effective January 1, 2016, the Village of Butler will enter into a new Contract with Johns Disposal. We will transition to 96 gallon garbage and recycling containers that will be collected by an automated system. More information about this change is available here.

Waste Management

The Village of Butler contracts with Waste Management for garbage and recycling pickups which is scheduled on Mondays.  If your garbage or recycling is ever missed, please call the Village Hall at 262-783-2525 from 8 AM – 12 Noon and 1 PM – 5 PM. For Special pickups, Please call Waste Management.

Christmas Trees

Please put your Christmas trees out with your trash, Waste Management will pick up the trees with your garbage.


Bulk and large Items

Waste Management will remove bulk and large items from residential properties in the Village for a small fee.  Please make arrangements with Waste Management if you would like them to remove large items by calling    414-761-2100.

Yard Waste Program

The Village’s Waste Hauler, Waste Management, offers a Subscription Yard Waste Program.  The program starts the first Monday in April and runs through the Monday before Thanksgiving. The cost of the service is about $80 for the season.  This cost covers weekly collection of 4-30 gallon containers or 4 Kraft bags of yard waste (NO PLASTIC BAGS).  If you would like to sign-up, please call 414-761-2100.


Place papers in a brown paper grocery bag and place the bag on top of the recycling bin.
Acceptable paper includes:
 Junk Mail  Magazines  No wax
 File Folders  Notebooks No plastic coated boxes.
 Phone Books  Catalogs
 Newspaper  Newspaper Inserts
 Boxboad cereal, cake, soda, or cookie boxes
Cardboard should be cut into 2’ x 3’ squares, tied, and placed under the recycling bin.

Plastics Aluminum Glass Containers
 Any plastic container marked #1 thru #2  Cans only  Jars and bottles only
 Blue PVC water bottles or plastic bags No foil  Rinse the container clean
 Rinse the container clean  No pie plates  Labels do not need to be removed
 Labels do not need to be removed No pop-tops  No ceramics
No drinking glasses
Tin or Bi-Metal Containers Empty Aerosol Containers
 Food containers only  Container must be empty
 Rinse the container clean  Labels do not need to be removed
 Labels do not need to be removed  Any empty aerosol container may be recycled (including
paints, pesticides, and so forth)