2023 Republic Services Pickup/Bulk Calendar

Bulk Regulations:

Consider bulk as items that cannot be broken down and placed into Trash or Recycling containers IE: Household Furniture, Washer/Dryers, TV’s, tables, swing sets, mattress/box springs, chairs etc…

  • Carpet and wood should be cut to 4ft lengths, no more than 40lbs and be rolled and tied/bundled together
  • Boxes should be broken down, no longer than 4ft in length, weigh no more than 40lbs and must be tied/bundled
  • Please ensure to completely Appliances: Refrigerators and freezers, DOORS REMOVED – FREON REMOVED and tagged by certified technician
  • Any other Freon bearing appliance: Freon must be removed and tagged by certified technician
  • wrap any mattress or box springs in plastic
  • You may place additional bags of trash or trash containers out for you bulk pickup each month
  • Christmas trees will be picked up the 1st & 2nd full week of January on your normal collection day.  Trees must be free of ornaments, tinsel and not enclosed in a bag. Trees larger than 4 ft must be cut in half.

Please have all items to the curb no later than 6:00 am on your service day

Please place containers on opposite sides of your driveway if possible. Please ensure containers are 3 feet away from any stationary objects for servicing by the automated trucks


Planning Commission November 5th, 2020

Village of Lagrange Planning Commission


November 5, 2020   7:00 PM

  • Call to Order
  • Roll Call
  • Approval of Minutes from July 2, 2020 Regular Meeting


  • New Business

Trimline Building Expansion         

●   Village Administrator’s Report

  • Engineer’s Report
  • Adjournment

First Positive Covida-19 in LaGrange Township

To the Residents of the Village of Lagrange:

I have kept you updated with all pertinent information as it has been given to me. I mentioned that I could get the call at anytime that there was a case of the virus known as Covid-19 in our area and that time has come. I was just informed that someone just outside the Village tested positive and is now in fourteen-day quarantine. This is close enough to home to know that we have to be more vigilante than ever to keep this contained and to not have it spread further. I am sure this person shopped and did business in the Village as we all do. Social distancing is even more important going forward to keep our community safe.

I received a call that people were gathered at one of the pavilions at the community park and when I got there they were just leaving. This is unacceptable and cannot happen. The pavilions at the park are closed along with the exercise equipment along the trails. It is impossible to keep these things sanitized properly and I hope you understand that I am not trying to make anyone’s life harder than it is right now I am only trying to keep everyone safe until this situation improves. We will continue to keep the walking trails open so that people can get out and exercise just be aware of your surroundings so that there is space between you and anyone else who is there.

On a positive note I would like to give a huge shout out to Mr. and Mrs. Ulupinar on Harvest Ct. for donating masks that they made for the police department and anyone else who would like one. These are the cloth style that have been recommended to be worn when you are out in public shopping or just walking. They donated over thirty of these and said they will give more if needed. If you call the Village at 355-5555 and ask for Mark Kay Gates at extension 1 or you can call my cell phone at 355-5309, we will make arrangements to meet you or get you one of these masks. It is something like this that makes me so proud to be part of this small but great community. We will get through this but we must continue to practice social distancing.

Hoping you continue to be safe,

Mayor Kim Strauss

Please Review Republic Services Recycling Policy


Curbside Recycling Program

Acceptable Materials:

Newspapers: The entire newspaper including inserts.

Aluminum, steel, and bimetal: Food and beverage cans only.

Glass: Food and beverage containers only.

Plastic: Food and beverage containers marked with a #1 through #7 on them.

Plastic: Detergent and soap containers marked with a #1 through #7 on them.

Cartons / Aseptic containers: Milk.juice, etc.

Misc paper: Magazines, phone books, junk mail, cardboard.

Do not recycle:

No Containers with excessive foods or liquids still in the container.

No Containers that contained hazardous materials such as oil or anti-freeze.

No Shredded paper.

No Styrofoam, aluminum foil, pie tins, etc …

No Light bulbs, Christmas lights, window glass, ceramics, china, etc …

No Plastic wrap, plastic bags, toys, flowerpots, garden hoses, etc …

No Clothing, blankets, household linens, furniture, etc …

No Plastics not marked #1 through #7.

No Scrap metal, batteries, chains, car parts, pots & pans, knifes, etc …

No needles, syringes, medical waste, or sharps.

No wood.