The Village is currently working on an electronics recycling event for our community. At this time, A date has not been set. If you are needing to recycle electronics in the mean time, please visit : https://www.staples.com/sbd/cre/marketing/sustainability-center/recycling-services/
The village clean up day will be held on Saturday Sept 23rd beginning at 9:00 AM in the village hall parking lot located at 507 W Strong St. Open to all Village of Tolono Residents.
The village will provide roll off dumpsters for the community to use. Staff will be onsite on Saturday to assist in placing waste materials into the dumpsters. Once the dumpsters are full, the event will end so please plan accordingly. Also please bring a valid State ID in order to verify Tolono Residency. Below is a list of Items that will not be accepted during the Tolono clean up day event. If you have any questions concerning specific items, please feel free to call (217-485-5212) or stop by the village office.
If the dumpsters are full, please do not place items on the ground next to the dumpsters. This will be considered illegal dumping and is subject to a $500 fine.
- Barrels – unless rinsed and/or empty with both ends cut off
- Cars, Trucks, Mobile Homes, Buses (no vehicles)
- Corrosive Waste
- Electronic Goods
- Empty tanks – gas, oil, fuel, unless rinsed and/or empty and cut in half to be accepted
- Flammable Waste
- Hazardous Waste
- Fluorescent light tubes
- Medical Waste
- Paint cans – must be empty to be accepted
- Radioactive waste
- Railroad ties
- Reactive Waste
- Septic Waste
- Sewage treatment plants solids
- Used Oils – motor, hydraulic, mineral, cutting, etc.
- White Goods – refrigerators, washers, dryers, etc
- Yard Waste, grass clippings, limbs or leaves, fire wood or logs
The Village of Tolono would like to remind members of the community that dumping any materials on the ground around the recycling bins is not permitted regardless of the reason for doing so. Items left on the ground or prohibited items placed in the bins causes additional cost to the village. If this continues, we may be required to reduce service or even terminate the program. Please help us keep this popular program by following the posted rules.
The village would like to communicate with the gentleman in the picture above concerning his dumping. If you have any information that may aid in initiating dialog with this gentleman, please call the village office at: 485-5212
Monday evening 6/19/2017 6:00 pm through 9:30 pm the section of Bourne street in front of the east side fire station between Reynolds street and Holden street will be temporarily closed while the Tolono Fire Protection District conducts equipment tests.