Municipal Operations

Municipal Operations Building

Municipal operations are the day-to-day operations and serves that are provided within the Village. These serves include things such as roadway construction, repair and rehabilitation; refuse and recyclable services; snow removal and storage; fleet storage and maintenance; water and sewer utility operations; fertilizer, pesticide and insecticide application; maintenance of streets and ROW; recycle center operations; and parks and recreation with in the Village.


Utility Rates


Meter Size (in.) Water Sewer Fire Protection Private Fire Protection
5/8 & ¾ $10.00 $34.85 $13.35 $12.00
1 $13.00 $87.12 $33.37 $12.00
$23.00 $174.24 $66.75 $12.00
2 $34.00 $278.78 $107.00 $12.00
3 $59.00 $522.71 $200.00 $22.50
4 $93.00 $871.18 $334.00 $37.50
6 $177.00 $1,777.20 $667.00 $75.00
8 $276.00 $1,068.00 $120.00
10 $406.00 $1,602.00 $180.00
12 $537.00 $2,136.00 $240.00


First 16,700 gallons per month - $5.51 per 1,000 gallons
Over 16,700 gallons per month - $3.97 per 1,000 gallons


Usage charge - $9.26 per thousand gallons


Residential - $18.40
Duplex - $36.80


During normal business hours - $40.00
After normal business hours - $60.00


During normal business hours - $30.00 (Second missed appointment)
After normal business hours - $45.00


Service Charge - $40.00
First 16,700 gallons used each month - $5.51 per 1,000 gallons
Over 16,700 gallons used each month - $3.97 per 1,000 gallons

Public Service Commission of Wisconsin

2022 PSC Water Tariffs
Utility payments may be made at the Village Hall, the Village Hall night depository, Bonduel State Bank, and by mail.
Utility Rates Effective As Of January 1, 2023
Residential refuse charges changed 1/1/2019
Water Utility Rate Change 8/1/2019
Fire Protection 12/1/2020
Sewer Utility Rate Change 1/1/2021
Refuse charges changed 1/1/2022
Water Utility Rate Change 1/1/2022
Sewer Utility Rate Change 1/1/2022
Added reconnection, missed appointment and bulk water rates 1/1/2022
Sewer Utility Rate Change 1/1/2023
Refuse Rate Change 1/1/2023

How Does Bonduel Compare?

How does the Village of Bonduel bill compare to other municipalities in the State of Wisconsin? The PSC-Public Service Commission publishes this information at: WI Water Rates Dashboard

PSC Approved Water Rates

Garbage & Recycling Pick-Up

The village garbage and recycling services is provided by GFL (Green For Life). Garbage and recycling will be picked up weekly on Mondays, unless there is a holiday conflict. Please have carts to the road with handles facing away from the street and spaced at least 3 feet apart from one another by 6:00 a.m. If carts are obstructed by snow, parked cars, mailboxes or other objects they cannot be picked. Pick up times for garbage and recycle bins may be at different times on the same day. Large items that do not fit in the cart or extend out of the cart will not be picked up; these items should be brought to the Village recycle center on Saturdays. If you have questions or concerns about garbage, please contact GFL Environmental at 920-983-3341.

GFL Environmental

If you need a replacement bin for your recycling or trash please call 715-758-8779 to schedule a time to pick up a new bin.

Recycling Center

The recycle center is a community asset and we want all residents in the corporate limits of the village to use it and to have a safe and enjoyable experience.

     1. Currently there is a 100% ID check and sign-in at the Bonduel Recycle Center. If your address does not match your driver's license address, then you will need to bring in your current water bill with the correct address on it. This in efforts to help stop non-residents who have been using the Village recycle center at the cost of the tax payer. This effort is to help reduce the cost to the residents who do live in the corporate limits of the Village of Bonduel and pay for the recycle center. If you see someone trying to use the Recycle Center who does NOT live in the corporate limits of the Village, please report the person to the recycle center attendant or municipal operations.
     2. Yard waste and brush area at the recycling all under the same rules of use with the acceptation of no sign-in required. The brush and yard waste is monitored 24/7 by video surveillance and violations will be prosecuted. The Yard Waste Area will be randomly checked for ID's. License plate on vehicles will be recorded and validated. Please do not put none brush items in the brush pile. Items such as tire irons or rocks will damage our equipment.
     3. The Recycle Center does NOT accept: Furniture (couch, mattresses, chairs, tables, etc.) or construction material (any amount) this includes shingles, plywood, lumber or any item that would not fit in your bin if it was empty. Those items can be taken to the Shawano landfill that charge by the weight and can dispose of there.
     4. TV's, computer monitors, freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners, and dehumidifiers will still be accepted for a disposal fee. Fees are paid to the attendant at the time of drop off. The fee is only equal to what the village gets charged when we turn them in.

For further questions regarding the Recycle Center changes, please contact Jesse Rankin at 715-758-8779.

How do you know if you DO NOT live in the corporate limits of Bonduel? If your address starts with a letter, such as W1234 Helmet Street, Bonduel, WI 54107, you DO NOT live in the Village and should not be using any portion of the Village's Recycling Center.

Hours of operation are 8:00 a.m. to Noon on Saturdays only!
Brush and yard waste open every day.

Recycling Center

Wisconsin Recycling Laws - Banned Items
Wisconsin Recycling Laws - Used Electronics
Wisconsin Waste Reduction & Recycling Program

Bonduel Sewer & Water Utility

Fats, Oils, and Greases Information
2022 Consumer Confidence Report
Utility Bill Explanation
PFAS Statement

Sewer Credit Policy

The Bonduel Sewer & Water Utility has adopted a policy regarding residential sewer credits. This policy would cover if you are doing some landscaping and doing this outside the summer sewer credit timeframe of June, July, and August. To apply for a credit outside this timeframe, please contact Jesse Rankin, Director of Municipal Operations at send an email. To qualify for the credit, you must apply in advance of the project.


Jesse Rankin, Director of Municipal Operations

Jesse Rankin
Phone: (715) 758-8779