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Recycling Event November 9th

Johnson’s Nursery’s free recycle service

Johnson's Nursery’s free service will recycle landscape plastics not accepted in their curbside recycling containers. Johnson's Nursery, Inc. is located at W180 N6275 Marcy Road in Menomonee Falls. “Landscaping plastics should stay out of curbside recycling bins so...

New Zoning Website

The Village of Mukwonago recently launched a new website https://villageofmukwonago.zoninghub.com/ that is the front door to the Village’s zoning regulations. We know that zoning regulations can be somewhat confusing and hard to navigate, especially if you are not...

Request for Proposals: Downtown Roadway Design Streetscaping Enhancement Plan

The Village of Mukwonago would like to invite all qualified designers, landscape architects, graphic artists, and/or other professionals to submit proposals to create a Downtown Village roadway design and streetscaping enhancement plan that includes recreational and...

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Winter parking regulations started November 1st and goes until March 31st. During this time, you are required to get a parking permit to park on village roads between 2am and 6am for more than 30 minutes. With the permit you must park on the odd side of the streets on odd days or even side of the street during even days. If you live in a subdivision that only has one-side parking all the time, you must park on that side every night.

You can get a permit by coming to the police department. A monthly permit cost $12.00 and a seasonal permit is $55.00. You must place the permit in the on the driver’s side window, don’t obstruct the VIN. If you forget to place the permit or it is obstructed it will be your responsibility to contest the citation in court, so please make sure it is visible for the officer. If you have special circumstances, such as overnight guess you can call the police department to get permission to park, without a permit. We do keep track of these curtesy parking permissions and only allow three per season.

Two important notes:
First, the permit does not grant permission to park on the road during snow emergencies and you cannot park on a county or state highway overnight.
If you have any questions, please look us up on Facebook - The Village of Mukwonago Police Department - or call our 24-hour dispatch center at 363-6436.
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Johnson's Nursery’s free service will recycle landscape plastics not accepted in their curbside recycling containers. Johnson's Nursery, Inc. is located at W180 N6275 Marcy Road in Menomonee Falls.

“Landscaping plastics should stay out of curbside recycling bins so they do not end up in a landfill,” said Analiese Smith, Recycling & Solid Waste Supervisor for Waukesha County. “The cooperative program between Johnson's Nursery and Waukesha County Parks and Land Use ensures that these materials are properly recycled. The used pots will be reprocessed to make new landscape plastics.”

The used plastic growing pots, plant trays, and plant containers must be free of plant debris, tags, and metals, and be sorted by plastic type. Residents may drop off containers year-round during Johnson's Nursery’s business hours. Those with bulk quantities, such as businesses, are required to pre-sort, palletize, and call ahead to schedule a drop-off. Visit the retail office upon arrival for direction to the drop off area.

Recycling plant containers diverts them from Southeastern Wisconsin landfills, keeps contaminated plastics out of the City of Milwaukee/Waukesha County Materials Recovery Facility (MRF), and closes the recycling loop. The used pots will be recycled and used to make new landscape plastics.

For more information about recycling at Johnson's Nursery, Inc., call 262-252-4988 or visit www.kb.jniplants.com/landscape-container-recycling/.

For more information on Waukesha County recycling, call 262-896-8300, or visit www.waukeshacounty.gov/recycling.
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