Trash pick-up is Tuesdays for the East side of town and Fridays for the West side of town.
Recycling pick-up is on Fridays.
The only items recyclable are as follows:
Water/Sewer/Garbage bills are sent on the 1st and due by the 15th – check or cash only.
Debris is picked up on Wednesdays. Anyone can have up to seven 5-gallon buckets a week without being charged extra and two 35-gallon trash cans of sticks without being charged extra. Leaves can be raked to the edge of street or boulevard and will be picked up once they start falling. (Do not put leaves in streets.)
March 5, 2020 Resident Letter Regarding Rubbish/Garbage/Recycling
Due to rising costs for the Village to operate, Council must look at alternatives for the shortfall in our garbage rubbish fund and solutions to fix this deficit. The Council has been discussing the problem and potential solutions for many months and are ready to bring the community into the discussion.
New Trash Ordinance
(in effect May of 2020)
2022 Street Sweeping Schedule:
These street sweeping dates are subject to change because of rain.
Residents must have vehicles moved off the streets between the hours of 6:00 am and 12:00 pm so the streets can be properly swept.
By Village Ordnance, vehicles may be towed if they are not moved and interfere with street sweeping.
Reminders of sweeping and changes in schedule will be sent by text, phone or email by Village Alert System. If you have not signed up for this free service you may do so by stopping at or calling Town Hall Office and updating your contact information. (Town Hall: 937-465-2716)
Village of West Liberty Street Dept.
201 N. Detroit St.
Frequently Asked Questions
"Why do the plows block my driveway with snow?"
Answer: The primary goal of plowing is to remove snow from streets so that the road is open to vehicular traffic. Plowing pushes snow to the side of the street and unfortunately this results in snow piling up in front of driveways. Snowplows push snow to the right of the travel lane and the driver has no control over this. Also, the driver cannot stop or raise the plow at each driveway as this would leave a pile of snow in the roadway. Residents are advised to wait until the plow has been through their road prior to cleaning their driveway and mailbox area. If drifting or more snow occurs the plows may have to make multiple passes on a road at a later time to keep the road clear. If possible, plow drivers will try to prevent excessive blockages at driveways but at times this is not possible. If you shovel snow out into the street from your driveway when plows come by again it will get pushed into your freshly cleared driveway. To prevent this shovel your snow to the sides of driveway and not into the street.
Please remember that the clearing of driveway and mailbox areas is the responsibility of the resident.
If possible keep vehicles off the street so we can clear snow all the way back to the curbs. This prevents ice build up in curbs and flooding when snow melts.
If you have no off-street parking, once you see the other side of street cleared completely back to curb, immediately move your vehicle to that side of the cleared street.
West Liberty Street Department Superintendent