History of Evansville, Indiana. There was a continuous human presence in the area that became Evansville from at least 8, BC by Paleo-Indians. Archaeologists have identified several archaic and ancient sites in and near Evansville, with the most complex at Angel Mounds.
The staff at City Hall will set up your billing for garbage collection but the City does not operate the garbage and recycling collection service. The City of Evansville contracts all refuse and recycling with Advance Disposal. Collections are Tuesdays and Thursdays depending on your location.
If you have issues with solid waste collection please contact Advance Disposal The City of Evansville provides a yard waste collection program and drop off location. Collection of branches, brush and yard waste debris is scheduled from April to October, on the first 1st full work week of the month.
All grass clipping and small yard waste must be placed in a paper bag or a container that can be emptied and placed back onto the parking area. Yard waste should not be raked or blown into the street other than during leaf collection times starting in October and ending by Thanksgiving; weather permitting.
Please be kind and blow your lawn clippings into your yard for natural decomposing. When the lawn clippings clump together they create major clogs in the stormwater drainage system which can contribute to flash flooding and standing water in the streets.
The yard waste drop off site will be opening for the public for disposal from 5: At this site you can dispose of grass clippings, leaves, branches and general yard waste.
Location is Water Street or right next to the Fire Station. We now offer permitted services for Non-Evansville residents and area commercial businesses.
We are offering open access to tree remnants under 16" diameter for firewood. Simply load up and drive off. Wood chips and compost may also be available as supplies last and placed in designated collection areas.
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Don’t let the name fool you, we do not sell any books or crayons. We are an over 80 year old Janitorial Supply House.