Town of New Carlisle

New Carlisle Town Hall
124 E. Michigan St.
New Carlisle, IN 46552

New Carlisle Town Hall

Hours: Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Phone: 574.654.3733
Fax: 574.654.8876

Last Updated 4/26/18

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Yard Waste and Brush Pick-Up

Leaves Clean-Up

Brush, leaves, and bagged yard waste will be picked up weekly on Monday with an alternate date of Tuesday (weather permitting).

Yard waste must be in brown paper bags and placed at the curb.
Brush and limbs must not be more than 4 inches in diameter, longer than 6 feet or have root balls attached.
Please do not place brush, clippings, and/or leaves in the street where they can be dangerous and also can be washed into the storm sewer and clog up drainage systems.

New Carlisle Town Annual Clean Up Day

Time-8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. or until full
Date- Saturday May 19, 2018
Place- 341 W. Michigan St. (old sewer plant west of viaduct)
Who’s Eligible to use this event: New Carlisle Town Residents Only
What is needed to participate: residents need to sign up at the New Carlisle Clerk’s Office
at 124 E. Michigan St. between 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday to get a ticket.
The ticket will need to be presented that day to use the dumpster.

The following are the guidelines for using the dumpster:

Household doors and windows, furniture, mattress/box springs, carpeting, toys, household furnishings, miscellaneous rubbish/junk, and packaging will be accepted. Glass should be in cardboard box or other sturdy container and taped shut.

The following items may NOT be placed in the dumpsters:

  • Appliances
  • Electronics including, but not limited to, computers, printers, monitors, and accessories
  • Televisions
  • Auto Parts or engines
  • Tires
  • Oil, gasoline, or antifreeze
  • Batteries
  • Florescent light bulbs
  • Chemicals, paints, solvents, pesticides, herbicides or other household hazardous waste
  • Concrete
  • Iron or steel or cast iron bathtubs
  • Stumps
  • Medical waste

Spring Clean Up

Town Residents are allowed one load per home address

Pavement Preservation Project
Pavement Preservation Project Map(Click image to view map.)

The Pavement Preservation Project will begin at the end of May 2018 and will last approximately 3 months.  The drawing above shows the streets that will be treated this year.  These preservation methods will include crack sealing and slurry sealing and are represented by different colors on the map legend.  There will be some impact to those who live along these streets as the contractor performs these treatments.  The impacts will include some temporary daytime closures.  The Contractor will provide advanced notice and will coordinate with the impacted residents.  We ask for your patience as the project proceeds.   These activities help maintain street conditions and increase the life expectancy resulting in better use of tax dollars.