Town Board Meetings
1st & 3rd Tuesdays - 7:30 PM
Trenton Town Hall
1071 State Hwy 33 E
West Bend, WI 53095
Meeting dates are subject to change. Watch for agenda postings.
Town of Trenton
P.O. Box 259
Newburg, WI 53060
Recycling & Garbage Information
The Town Hall Yard (1071 State Highway 33 East) is open the 2nd Saturday of every month from 8:00 AM-noon, receiving ONLY brush (including Christmas trees), waste oil, batteries and metal goods.
Large items that cannot be collected via your trash cart can be taken to the Advanced Disposal transfer station at 803 North River Road. A disposal fee, based on weight, will apply.
The Town of Trenton has contracted with Advanced Disposal to use an automated trash and recycling collection system.
Don’t know what can be recycled? Find information at Advanced Disposal's website or call Advanced Disposal (formerly Veolia) at 920.387.0987 or 800-387-0949. Learn more about recycling by visiting Advanced Disposal’s Facts and Trivia page.
Goodwill takes ELECTRONICS! Click here for more information.
Collection in the Town of Trenton is as follows:
North of Hwy 33
Trenton on the River
South of Hwy 33
The following Federal Holidays usually affect trash and recycling pick up. However, when in doubt, PUT IT OUT.
New Year’s Day (January 1)
Memorial Day (last Monday in May)
Independence Day (July 4)
Labor Day (first Monday in September)
Thanksgiving Day (last Thursday in November)
Christmas Day (December 25)
At those times, the pick-up schedule will shift by one day. If the holiday falls on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, the Thursday collection will occur on Friday and the Friday collection will occur on Saturday. If the holiday falls on a Friday, the Thursday collection will not be affected, and the Friday collection will occur on Saturday. Please review the calendar above for specific dates.
Washington County Clean Sweep Program
Frequently Asked Questions
I do not need such a large cart. What are my options?
You are not required to place your trash and recycling for collection every week. You may choose to use the service every other week, or every month, as it suits you. Remember to check the calendar to see when recycling will be collected.
I have a long or steep driveway. What are my options to safely transport the carts to the curb?
You have the following options:
1. Request the smaller carts (see above)
2. Purchase a "Tow-A-Bin" to facilitate wheeling the carts using your car (no hitch required, see www.tow-a-bin.com). The Town will have a limited supply of these at a reduced cost on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please call the Town Hall at 262.675.6009 x101 to request one. Tow-A-Bin Instructions available here.
3. Create a space at the end of your driveway to store the carts permanently. They must be at least 30 feet from the roadway, and be aware that if they land in the road and get damaged, you will be responsible for replacement cost.
What if my garbage doesn’t fit in the cart in any given week?
With the previous contract, Veolia (now Advanced Disposal) was very accommodating in collecting trash that went above the 2-bag per household limit. The 95 gallon carts are intended to increase the amount of garbage that can be collected, but there may be times when you have additional trash that won’t fit. Advanced Disposal will only collect trash and recycling that fits inside the carts with the lids closed. If you have additional items, you must wait until the next collection day or take them to Advanced Disposal’s facility on North River Road for disposal (a fee will apply).
What can I do if I have a disability that makes it impossible for me to wheel the carts to the curb?
The Town of Trenton and Advanced Disposal will work together to grant hardship exemptions on a case-by-case basis.
The wheels on my cart broke off. What do I do?
The wheels on the carts are designed to pop off under stress, without damaging the carts. If the wheels on your trash or recycling cart come off, please notify the Town Clerk at 262.675.6009 x101 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Advanced Disposal will repair the wheels if the cart is easily accessible and in plain view.
Why did the Town move to this system?
Bag service was no longer being offered as a long-term solution, and the cost savings with the new automated service was significant. The Town decided that the residents of the Town would want to continue with curbside collection (rather than give it up altogether) and after much deliberation, using a committee made up of Town residents, this was the ultimate decision.
Hazardous Waste Disposal
Washington County residents can dispose of hazardous waste on Mondays from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM at:
Veolia ES Technical Solutions, LLC
1275 Mineral Springs Drive
Port Washington , WI 53074