If you like to sew, you can assemble your own rolling mice trap.
NOTE: Does not work for rats because they are larger and can use their feet to avoid falling into the bucket.
In the winter, use a little peanut oil instead of water in the bottom of the bucket to prevent the mice from jumping out and escaping.
After the mice have been caught and have drowned, these mice can be placed outside at night where feral cats, coyotes, possums, skunks, and raccoons can devour them. During the day, hawks and eagles will eat these mice if placed on a log near a stream. This is a much better alternative than placing them in the city garbage bins.
I prefer to use a little detergent in the water so that the fleas will die. Next, the rodents can be rinsed off before being offered to predators.
Since the rodents have not been poisoned, they are safe to feed to predators.