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Garbage Pick Up—Wednesday

  1. Remember to put the trash out for Wednesday garbage pickup!

    May 29, 2019, 7:00 PM - 7:01 PM

    Refuse & Yard Waste Collection Guidelines: Garbage / yard waste must be in the cart with the lid closed completely. Bag all garbage before putting in cart. Do Not over fill your cart. (250 lb limit) Cart must be at curbside/alley by 7 am on your collection day. Face carts toward street. Arrows on the lid should point toward the street or alley. Leave 4' between others carts or objects. Bring cart in by 8 pm on collection day. Excess Garbage: Bag Tags can be purchased for garbage that does not fit inside the cart. Extra bag on cart as shown in the picture requires a tag ($1.25). You are allowed to place one bag with an attached tag on top of the closed lid of your cart for pick up. Excess garbage can also be brought to the Transfer Station at 15th and State Street. Location: Find a trouble free location for the cart, preferably on a level surface at the street or alley line and not directly under low hanging overhead wires. Do not place carts on top of snow piles.

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  1. New Flood Maps for Cedar Falls Open House Meeting

    May 29, 2019, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ City Hall

    Due to the turn out at the first preliminary flood mapping meeting, the city will have another meeting for those individuals who did not make it to the first open house meeting. This is the same meeting that was available last March. The open house will include a short presentation that describes the preliminary mapping project, where the maps can be viewed, project timeline, comment and appeals, and flood insurance. Then, property owners will have an opportunity to view the preliminary maps and learn how their flood risk may have changed. Representatives from FEMA and the Iowa DNR will be on hand to answer questions and address residents' concerns about the preliminary flood maps.

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