With the winter season upon us, residents interested in learning more about the City’s snow and ice removal operations can read about these activities on our website
2016-17 Advanced Disposal Collection Schedule for Winter Holidays
South (Wilson to the south between Kirk/Randall): Thurs., Dec. 29
North (north of Wilson to Fabyan between Kirk/Randall): Fri., Dec. 30
Far West (Randall west to City limits): Sat., Dec. 31
New Years Week
South: Thurs., Jan. 5
North: Fri., Jan. 6
Far West: Sat., Jan. 7
2017 Christmas Tree Pickup
As part of the City of Batavia’s refuse contract, Advanced Disposal will be picking up live Christmas trees on residents’ regular collection dates. Residents do not have to use a sticker for Christmas tree removal on these dates only. After these dates, residents should attach a refuse sticker to the tree and place it at the curb on their regular collection date. All materials such as plastic bags, ornaments, lights, nails, etc. should be removed from the trees. Live wreaths and garland should be placed in your regular refuse. Please use the following schedule:
South Side (Wilson to the south between Kirk/Randall):
Thurs., Jan. 5
Wed., Jan. 11
North Side (north of Wilson to Fabyan between Kirk/Randall):
Fri., Jan. 6
Thurs., Jan. 12
Far West Side (Randall west to City limits):
Sat., Jan. 7
Fri., Jan. 13
Kane County Electronics Recycling Program
The Kane County Electronics Recycling Program offers three daily drop-off locations throughout the county, as well as one-day collection events in St. Charles. Please visit the Kane County Recycles webpage for information about drop off locations, upcoming collection events, acceptable/unacceptable electronics items, and costs/payment options.
The closest site for Batavia residents is the former Juvenile Justice Center property at 517 Fabyan Parkway, between Route 25 and Kirk Rd. on the north side of the street. Hours are M-F from 8 am to 4 pm through the end of the year except for Monday, December 26 (closed). Most items are still free, but there will be a charge for TVs and computer monitors, depending on the screen size.
Batavia Environmental Commission
This holiday season, please refrain from dumping cooking oil down your drain!
If you missed our collection event after Thanksgiving here are some tips.
Cooking oil is harmful to our wastewater treatment process and should be handled responsibly. Here are some options:
1. Wipe up small amounts of oil from cooled pans with a paper towel.
2. Store large amounts of oil in a jar in your refrigerator. Throw the jar out when it is full.
3. Donate or reuse your cooking oil.
For more information, please visit the following site(s): http://www.wikihow.com/Dispose-of-Cooking-Oil or for more information on permanent oil drop off sites for cooking oil (vegetable oils only –no animal fats): www.scarce.org/cooking-oil.
The Batavia Environmental Commission is looking for businesses and groups to sponsor and participate at Green Night Out at the Movies
Green Night Out at the Movies 2017- “Wisdom to Survive”
Saturday, March 11, 2017
Expo: 6pm, Presentation/Movie: 7pm
City Hall Council Chambers
For More information about the Event Go to: the BEC Facebook Event Page
Title Sponsorship - $250 (1 available) -Your business or group helps underwrite the cost of the screening and will have your business name or logo prominently displayed on all print materials, electronic mailings and social media as Title Sponsor.
Sponsor - $50 -Your business or group’s name or logo on promotional materials and a table for exhibiting at Green Night Out at the Movies.
Exhibitor - $25 -We will provide you table space at the event that you can use to promote your business or group
Click Here to register online. Payments need to be sent separately. Deadline for registration and payments is Friday, January 13, 2017.
For more information contact Carolyn Burnham at Carolyn@BurnhamCreativeGroup.com
Please click on the link below for the Batavia Chamber of Commerce “Weekly Digest” highlighting the week’s events and any chamber news.