Welcome to the City of Brillion

Nestled between Lake Michigan and Lake Winnebago in Calumet County, the City of Brillion is a great place to live, work, learn, and play. Being centrally located 25 miles from Appleton, Green Bay, and Manitowoc, makes Brillion a great location for quaint living and a short commute.


Mondays - Thursdays: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Fridays: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Fall Decoration of Main Street Light Poles

Businesses and residents are encouraged to contact City Hall and claim a light pole in downtown Brillion and decorates it for Fall or Halloween.

The Brillion Nature Center will be holding their annual 'Pumpkin Walk' on Saturday, October 21st and the Brillion Optimists will be having their 'Walk Through Brillion' on Saturday, October 28th.  Both events will be bringing literally 100s of people to downtown Brillion on two different October evenings.  Comments from the past have all indicated that the decorated light poles are a welcoming feature of both events.

Although there is no 'Fall Fest' judging or sponsoring the $100 in Chamber Bucks prize winning this year, folks are encouraged to step up to the decorating challenge as a matter of pride.  Recent winners have included the Amy Kalies Family and Econo Foods employees.

Contact City Hall, 756-2250, to claim a pole and obtain safety guidelines.  Keep up the tradition!

2017 Trick or Treat

Mayor Deiter has proclamed Trick or Treat for the City of Brillion to be held on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 between the hours of 5:00 - 7:00 pm. 

Curbside Leaf Pickup

Curbside leaf pickup will begin the week of October 16, 2017 and will end November 10, 2017 or with the first snow fall.  whichever occurs first.  The schedule is listed below and may change form time to time depending on collection demands.

Leaf Pickup Schedule:
Mondays: Wards 1 & 2
Tuesdays: Ward 3
Thursdays: Ward 4

When raking leaves into the street, please place them into shallow/small piles along the curb line, one foot away from the curb if possible.  Leaves in the terrace area will not be picked up.

Please do not mix branches, limbs or brush with the leaves, for they clog street sweeper.  If you wish to get rid of the leaves in a timelier manner, you may take them to the City Compost Site.

  2017 Hazardous Waste and Electronics Disposal

Advanced Disposal Landfill, Calumet County, and local governments have coordinated to offer local drop off options for the safe disposal of hazardous wastes and recycling of used electronics.

Hazardous Waste Disposal: Dates, times, and locations for hazardous waste drop off programs being held throughout Calumet County:

  • Friday, September 8, 9-11 am, Chilton Public Works Garage
  • Friday, October 13, 9-11 am, Harrsion Public Works Garage

Appointments are REQUIRED to participate, and openings are limited to 50 participating households per event.  To make an appointment or for more informaiton go to www.calumetrecycles.com

Hazardous wastes are products whose labels include the words caution, poison, combustible, danger, warning, flammable, or corrosive.  Hazardous wastes that can be brought to the disposal program include, but are not limited to, solvents, fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides, rodent baits, lead and oil based paints, kitchen and bathroom cleaners, bug sprays, old gasoline, transmission fluid and antifreeze.  Latex paint IS NOT ACCEPTED.

For more information go to www.calumetrecycles.com.

2017 Curbside Chipping Dates

Curbside chipping will be done n the first Monday of each month beginning May 1st through October 2nd.  The 2017 Curbside chipping schedule is as follows:

  • July 5th (due to Holiday on 4th of July)
  • August 7th
  • September 5th (due to Holiday on September 4th)
  • October 2nd

Curbside chipping branches and limbs must be no longer than 6 feet in length and no more than 6 inces in diameter, and should be placed on the curbside in small, neat piles.  Please do not mix compost material (grass clippings, leaves and miscellaneous vegetation such as flowers, garden plants, etc) with the curb side brush as this will not be picked up.  The city encourages residents to take brush, branches & limbs to the City Compost Site.

Large Item Pickup

Items too large to fit into the polycart garbage container, such as furniture, will be collected on Tuesdays, only if a sticker is attached.  Stickers may be purchased from City Hall during regular business hours.  Stickers must be purchased by 12:00 noon on Friday in order to be picked up the following Tuesday.  Stickers for appliances WITHOUT FREON such as stoves, washers, dryers, furniture, carpeting, etc. are $25.00 per item.  Items containing freon and electronics will not be accepted.

 Compost Site Reminder:

Yard waste includes all materials originating in the yard and garden, which are capable of natural decomposition, including leaves, grass clippings, and other vegetation.  Please do not leave boxes and bags at the compost site.  These materials will not readily decompose.   Please do not dispose of garbage, white goods, recyclables, construction materials or tires at the compost site.  These items may be disposed through Advanced Disposal (888-688-4005).  Also, please do not dispose of recreational fire pit ashes.  The ashes might be warm enough to ignite the brush pile.  Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Garbage and Recycling Schedule - October 2017:

Garbage colleciton for the City of Brillion is picked up weekly every Wednesday.  Recycling materials will be picked up bi-weekly, alternate sides of the City.  The Recycling Schedule is as follows:

West of Main Street:                                                                   East of Main Street:
October 11, 25                                                                             October 4, 18

Reminder:  Please do not over fill your garbage barrel. This may cause garbage to spill out onto the street while the garbage truck is emptying the barrel.  If you need your garbage or recycling barrel replaced or have questions regarding the Garbage and Recylcing Collection Schedule, please contact Brillion City Hall at 920-756-2250.



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Fee Schedule


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