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The 4th of July Celebration will be held on Thursday, July 4th.

The parade begins at 2:00 p.m. and the fireworks show begins at dusk at the Grand Mound Ball Park. 


  Recyclables are required to be put into into the carts directly, and not bundled in a bag. Items will need to be rinsed. Carts which have trash, yard waste, or non-recyclable items will not be emptied by the Public Works Department.  Glass bottles and jars, #1-#7 plastic bottles and jugs, paper, flattened card board, aluminum (foil,cans) and steel cans are recyclable. No Styrofoam or plastic bags. 

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Compost that does not comply with the compost policy, is unable to be collected.

Compost may be placed for collection in disposable kraft bags-sealed with a max weight of 50 lbs.
Compost may be placed in 20-35 gallon containers, with handles, and lids with a max weight of 50 lbs.
Branches can be no longer than 5 feet, with a 6" diameter. Multiple branches should be tied together with twine/rope with a max diameter of 18".
Citizens are welcome to take compost to the compost site located on 255th street, south/west of the Sewer Lagoons.

To make your utility payment online go to www.govpaynet.com and enter PLC A00009.