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Please note, garage/yard sales are prohibited in all commercial districts and properties adjacent to any state route (i.e., State Routes 159 or 162).
1. Address of the location of the sale2. Date(s) of the sale3. Address of the person conducting the sale if different from the location of the sale
Signs must be erected using wooden or metal stakes, and cannot be attached to power poles, trees, street signs or vehicles. They may be placed on public right-of-way or private property. Signs placed on private property must have the permission of the property owner at the location. Signs must be placed so as not to impede or block visibility for vehicular traffic. They cannot be placed on Village property or right-of-way adjacent to Village property (parks, cemetery, public buildings, etc.). They may be erected the morning of the day of the sale and must be removed no later than 9:00 p.m. on the last day of the sale. Failure to comply with this provision may subject you to be cited with an ordinance violation.
Pavilion rental information is available in the application below.
Fireman’s Park is in the center of town off Rt. 159. Fred Winter’s Park is located off of West Main. Take Gary Avenue to Duke Drive. Parking is available only on the street. Please do not to block driveways.
Mike Noga Memorial Park is located between Vadalabene Drive and Rt. 162…both are east of Rt. 159. As of yet, there is no parking.
You can even print the map if you wish, but the document is very large.
On this web site, drop down under Departments, then Park & Rec to Pavilions. Each pavilion has a schedule of reservations listed as well as a link to the Rental Application that lists the fees. A pavilion is not secured until the application and fee have been received by the Village.
Alcohol is not allowed in the park unless you have rented a pavilion and acquired the necessary insurance and have provided a copy of said insurance to Village Hall.
The Village of Maryville does not maintain the Street Lights but if you will provide us with the address of the light that is in need of repair, the problem will be reported to the correct power company. Please call 618-345-7028 ext. 2326 or email Street Superintendent Bob Keplar.
Yes. Maryville allows burning of brush and leaves on Friday's and Saturday's from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during favorable weather conditions. Please do not attempt to burn during periods of high wind. Please also be aware it is unlawful for any person to burn substances upon any of the public streets, sidewalks or alleys in the Village. Burning of trash and/or rubbish is prohibited.
Due to an increase in costs to the Village for disposal of limbs and brush, effective January 1, 2023, there will be a $25 user fee for each pickup location. This fee MUST be paid at least one (1) week prior to the day of pickup. Pre-addressed envelopes are available at Village Hall. Payment must be made at Village Hall (by mail or drop-off in person or the outdoor drop box). Payments must note the address of the pickup location. All other restrictions still apply (see below).
The Village of Maryville has a limb removal program for Maryville residents. Below are the guidelines established for assisting residents with brush and limb cleanup:
(F) Failure to receive bill. -- Failure to receive a bill shall not excuse a customer from his or her obligation to pay within the time specified. Should the Department be unable to bill a customer for services used during any month, the following billing shall include the charges for services used during the unbilled month.