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City Hall Services


$100.00 deposit, deposit will be refunded when service is no longer needed or transferred to new residents.


$50.00 deposit, also refunded or transferred. Village trash service is required for all residents and businesses.

Click here for Water / Sewer / Trash form

Pick ups will be on Monday and Tuesday.
If a Holiday falls on a Monday, all pick ups will be on Tuesday.
If a Holiday falls on a Tuesday, all pick ups will be on Monday.
Due to EPA regulations, electronics cannot be placed in trash totes.
(See Large Item Pick Ups or Recycling for Electronics)

Yard waste pick ups will start on Mondays after regular trash pick up.
You must call 965-3134 ext. 31 by 10:00 a.m. on Monday to schedule a pick up.
Yard waste must be put in trash bags, securely tied, and placed at the curb.
Anyone with trash service will also be entitled to leaf pick up in the fall.  A message (CTY) will be sent out with more information at that time

Curbside recycling of dry paper (office waste, newspaper, books, magazines, cardboard boxes must be broken down) plastic (only #1 & #2 plastics, soda, water & detergent bottles, milk jugs) and all types of metal cans (rinse with water) will be on Wednesdays.
Place items in trash bags (not necessary to separate), securely tied, and place on curb between 6:00 p.m. Tuesday and 5:00 a.m. Wednesday.
No wet cardboard or paper will be accepted.

Large item pick ups will be on the 1st Thursday of each month. Call 965-3134 ext. 31 and leave a message.

Dumpsters may be rented by calling the City Hall 965-3134 ext. 31.


A walk up/ door step service for disabled, elderly or special needs circumstances can be provided upon approval, if requested.
You will need to contact the City Hall at 965- 3134 ext. 31.
If you call after 4:30 p.m., please leave a message.

Police Department


The Village will activate the early warning siren system and send a Connect CTY message upon the issuance of a tornado warning for the Village of Steeleville and immediate surrounding area by the National Weather Service. The Village will activate the early warning siren system upon the confirmed sighting of a funnel cloud or active rotation in a severe thunderstorm that is approaching the village. A "confirmed sighting" is a sighting that is observed by a law enforcement official or other trained weather spotter. No "ALL CLEAR" sounding will be utilized.


Suspected illegal activity, questions, and comments can be made notified to j.zeidler@steeleville.org  Name and number are optional. 

James Zeidler
Amanda Matthews
         Patrolman          Zachary Hancock


      K9 Patrolman          Justin Baker
   K9 Javi    
Patrolman Nicholas Rinehart
Patrolman      Jonathan Barbour
       Bradley Gielow

Fire Department  


The Steeleville Fire Department was formed in 1936 consisting of nine members including the Fire Chief, Herschel “Huts” Webster.  The first fire truck purchased for $575.00 was a 1936 Chevrolet.   It is still owned by the department and on display in the rear of the fire house. Today the department has a roster of over 20 members. They are a paid by call fire department and are volunteer First Responders. The Department provides fire and emergency medical care for the Village of Steeleville and the surrounding area. In 2014 the department established an Explorer Post consisting of 10 young men and women interested in the field of fire and emergency services. Explorers train with members of the department and are allowed to assist members on emergency calls.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Steeleville Fire Department or joining its Explorer Post, please pick up an application at Village Hall in the Administration Office.

Fire Chief
Richard Reitz
Deputy Fire Chief
Michael Armstrong