Weyauwega is a wonderful community to conduct business, escape to for a weekend or call home.
Yard Waste Site
The City of Weyauwega is able to offer a yard waste site to City residents under Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources License # 4285. City residents need to purchase a tag for $1.00 at city hall to be on display in their vehicle when entering and exiting the yard waste site on Slough Road. If your schedule doesn’t allow you the ability to arrive at city hall during regular business hours of 8:00am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday you can place $1.00 in an envelope with your name, address and telephone number and place in one of the utility drop boxes and we will gladly mail you your tag. The entire yard waste site premises is under surveillance and violators will be prosecuted pursuant to city ordinance 412-25. The yard waste site accepts: grass clippings, leaves, garden waste and brush. Please follow signage for proper location within the site. The yard waste site does not accept: logs, trash, construction/remodeling debris, pavement of any type, stones, etc. Furthermore, the city yard waste site is not usable for lawn care services, professional tree services and non-residents. Your cooperation and vigilance is greatly appreciated to keep this service open and available.
Casey Beyersdorf, Highway Commissioner for Waupaca County Highway Department has announced that Spring weight limit restrictions will end Monday, April 5th, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. Signs will begin to be removed at that time and enforcement of the limits will end.
The Highway Department thanks all those involved for their patience during the entire weight limit season.