Lacrosse Services & Codes
Town of LaCrosse Services:
The town has a franchise agreement with Duke Energy and Clay Electric Cooperative to provide electric service and street lights. If a street light is out in your area, please contact the Town Hall at 386-462-2784 for any further information.
Phone: (352) 372-8543
FAX: (352) 337-8117
Gainesville, FL 32606
Monday - Friday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. EST
Water and SewerThe town does not provide water or sewer services. Property owners have private water wells and septic tanks.
Garbage PickupWastePro solid waste services provides curbside garbage pickup. Garbage pickup service is twice weekly on Monday and Thursday.
Recycling pickup is on Thursday. What to recycle: plastic bottles/ jars #'s 1-7; metal cans (including empty aerosol cans); glass bottles/jars; newspapers & brown paper bags; magazines, catalogs, telephone books; corrugated cardboard; office paper & junk mail.
Customers interested in signing up for pickup services should contact
Waste Pro solid waste 13331 Southern Precast Drive
Alachua, FL 32615
Phone: (386) 462-2500
Fax: (386) 462-2132
RecreationThe town maintains the LaCrosse Recreation Park. There is half-court basketball, a tennis court, a playground area, and picnic pavilion. Please contact the Town Hall if you are interested in hosting an event there.
LibraryThe Alachua County Library Bookmobile comes to the Town of LaCrosse on the following schedule:
The bookmobile location is now at Town Hall complex along State Road 121. The Bookmobile is suspended services at this time.
Currently, both bookmobiles are in the shop for repairs. However, we are still planning on providing library services to the Town of La Crosse via tent and book carts for this coming. So, Keep an eye out for the tents!
The bookmobile will be at Town Hall on the first four Thursday of every month from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
and on the fourth Friday of each month from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Town of LaCrosse Codes:
The town has established an interlocal agreement with Alachua County for permitting and building codes inspection.
Residents must report to the town hall to obtain a Certificate of Compliance prior to applying for a county permit.