Yorkville Police Department (740.859.2947) (740.238.3133)
Fire / EMS Services
Yorkville Volunteer Fire Department
Fire/EMS Non-Emergency Phone # 740.859.3488
Water / Sewer
740.859.5171 or 740.238.3417
$17.00 for the first 2,000 gallons; thereafter, $3.15 per 1,000 gallons (Year 1)
$21.25 for the first 2,000 gallons; thereafter, $3.94 per 1,000 gallons (Year2)
$20.61 for the first 2,000 gallons; thereafter, $3.35 per 1,000 gallons (Year 1)
$25.76 for the first 2,000 gallons; thereafter, $4.18 per 1,000 gallons (Year 2)
Sanitation Phone # 740.238.2296
Residential: $15.00 per month; once a week
Business: Rates upon request
There will be a 8 – 13 gallon bag or 2 – 52 gallon bag limit per dwelling. No Kroger, Walmart etc bags unless placed in a trash bag. Anyone exceeding the 8 – 13 gallon bag limit will be assessed a $2 charge per bag.
**Please note that all duplexes and multi-unit apartment buildings will be billed per unit, not as one facility (per Sanitation Ordinance)**
Special Items & Fees
|Hot Water Tank||$ 25.00|
|Table (Including Kitchen Chairs)||$ 15.00|
|Wooden Chair||$ 10.00|
|Construction Debris - Per Bag (Drywall, Wood, etc.)||$ 40.00|
Items Not Permitted in the Landfill
- Paint / Paint Cans
- Yard Waste
- Medical Waste
- The above list is not an all inclusive list of what is not permitted in the landfill. The Sanitation Department will be the final authority of what content is acceptable to be hauled to the landfill.
- Residents must pay the disposal fee(s) at the Municipal Building to receive a tag(s) for the item(s) to be disposed.
**Please note that we will NO Longer pick up any Upholstered Items, such as, Mattresses, Couches, Chairs, etc.**
The Village of Yorkville participates in the JB Green Team Recycling Program. Items recycled include: paper, cardboard, glass, plastic and aluminum.
Consumer Confidence Report
EPA requires community water systems to deliver a Consumer Confidence Report, also known as an annual drinking water quality report, to their customers. These reports provide Americans information about their local drinking water quality.