Recycling Center

The Recycling Center is collecting bagged garbage, co-mingled recyclables, paper and cardboard. The Recycling Center is open every Saturday from 8:00 am to Noon. The fee is $3 for small bags and $4 for large bags. The Recyclables are free.

Be a good neighbor. Please be considerate enough to make the effort to drop off your garbage during regular hours. Leaving garbage outside the fence leaves a mess for others to pick up as animals get into the garbage and scatter it. The Town does not make money from garbage. It is a convenience for residents.

Drop-Off-Site: Adjacent to Town Hall.
Open Hours: Saturday 8 A.M. – Noon
For general information, please use our contact page located here.
  1. All garbage must be in plastic garbage bags!
  2. There is a charge of $2.00 per bag.
  3. Large Items will be accepted each Saturday for an additional fee of $3.00 plus the regular fee as they will have to be stored for the winter. Large Items can also be taken to Endeavor Recycling.

Please do not leave items outside of the fenced area..

NON-RECYLABLE – Mirrors, Clay Pots, Ceramics, Light Bulbs – Window Glass, Rubber Hoses – Furnace Filters – No Waxed Cardboard, Plastic Toys. To be put in garbage dumpster, properly bagged.


No Hazardous Materials, Medical Waste, Pesticides, Herbicides, Liquid Paint, Used Motor Oil, Old Gasoline, Brake Fluid, Anti-Freeze, Explosives.

Please do not leave items outside of the fenced area..

Motor Oil Do Not Bring Used Motor Oil to the Town Recycling Center!

Used Motor Oil may be dropped of at the following site:

Columbia County Drop-off Site located in the Town of Pacific at:
W7465 Highway 16
Days/Hours: Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm, 1st Saturday of each month 8am to 12pm

Please do not leave items outside of the fenced area.

Large Item Pick Up

Held at least two times a year, spring and fall, at the Town Recylcing Center. Check this web site for dates, or contact the Town Clerk.

Check at the Recylcing Center for per item charges.

Please do not leave items outside of the fenced area.

Recycle More Wisconsin

A group of Wisconsin communities has assembled a new Web site with information designed to help people become better recyclers. Called Recycle More Wisconsin, the site was created by the Be SMART coalition, a group of municipalities formed in 1995 to reduce the waste going into landfills. For more info, visit their web site here.