Drop-Off Location

Village of Thiensville Yard Waste Facility


The Public Works yard is located at 132 W Freistadt. It is also the site of the Village's yard waste facility. 

All existing cards for the Yard Waste Site will expire Jan. 1, 2021. Cards may be renewed for an annual $15 fee. New issued cards will cost $20. A replacement card is $10. The Village Board approved the change as part of its 2021 budget.

The Village makes available a yard waste drop-off site for Thiensville residents only. The site is open seven days a week from sunup to sundown. 

Items accepted are yard waste, brush, clippings, leaves, garden compost and used drain oil. NEW IN 2021, we will now accept clean, broken-down and flattened cardboard that does not fit in your bi-weekly collection cart. Free wood chips and compost are available for pickup on a first-come, first-served basis. Do not leave yard waste in bags. A Dumpster is provided for bags and boxes used to transport yard debris. NO other waste, garbage or construction debris is accepted. Illegal dumping will result in a fine and revocation of your card. The yard is continuously monitored by security cameras. Do not share your card with people outside your home or contractors.

How Do I Get a Yard Waste Card?
Complete the  online form or printable form and provide proof of residence (driver’s license, utility bill, mortgage statement or tax bill). Online and credit card payments will be charged a $1.50 service fee by the credit card processor.

ONLINE —  fill out the online form to submit payment and proof of residence online.

MAILPrint the form from the website and mail it to Village Hall, 250 Elm St., Thiensville, WI 53092 with a copy of your proof of residence. Make check payable to Village of Thiensville.

DROP BOX

— Put the above items in an envelope and place in our secure drop box located outside the Village Hall entrance.

VISIT

— Village Hall is open 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. Please bring the application, proof of residence and payment.
In 2021, all residents applying for renewal will receive a new card. New cards will be sent by mail for all contactless application methods.