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Crossroad’s Mall 2060 Crossroads Center Suite 103 Waterloo, IA 50702
For more information, including hours of operation, contact their office at (319) 235-0902. Waterloo Driver's License Station
Black Hawk County Clerk of Court 316 E. 5th Street Waterloo, Iowa 50704
Payment and citation can be mailed to: Traffic Division of the Black Hawk County Clerk of Court P.O. Box 9500 Waterloo, IA 50704
For more information, contact their office at (319) 833-3331.
(Note: This is the City share of the total tax bill.)
*Bonfires must have Fire Department approval.
*Grass and leaves MAY NOT be burned.
*Fires used solely fo rthe cooking of food is permitted.
*Recreational fires are permitted under the following parameters:
*Burning of garbage or rubbish is prohibited.
*No burning is allowed on a street, alley or boulevard.
*No burning is allowed in commercial, industrial, or shopping districts.
*Burning of building materials is prohibited without Fire Department approval.
*The Fire Department can prohibit any fire type that has received a complaint.
*Sticks and twigs from your own property may be burned, if:
Cedar Falls Parking EnforcementP.O. Box 652 Cedar Falls, IA 50613
There is also a payment box located inside the lobby of City Hall at 220 Clay Street and inside University Book & Supply at 1009 W. 23rd Street. Please do not send cash.
1. An adult or two adults who are related to each other by marriage.
2. Any child who is related to either or both of the adults by blood, marriage, adoption or legal guardianship, claimed as dependents for income tax purposes.
3. All of whom occupy a single dwelling unit on a regular continuing basis.
1. Appointments must be made for this service by calling the Public Works Department, (319) 273-8629, between the hours of 7:00 am and 4:00 pm (Monday through Friday).A listing of the items you wish to have picked up MUST be given to the office and placed on your curb no later than 7:00 am. We schedule large item pick up on your refuse pick up day. Appointments are limited to ten (10) stops per day.
2. Couches, chairs, recliners, carpet, carpet padding, sinks, toilets, television sets, mattresses, box springs, doors, windows, disassembled swing sets, outdoor grills, gutters, downspouts (cut into lengths no longer than eight (8) feet) and bicycles may be placed at the curb for pick up for a $5 per stop fee. This charge will be added to your monthly utility bill.
3. There is an additional $7.50 fee for such items as washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves, water heaters, dishwashers, de-humidifiers, air conditioners, computers and microwaves. Fees for automobile tires off the rim is $2.50; auto tires on a rim are $5; truck tires are $6.50 and a truck tire on the rim will be billed at $9. These charges will also be added to your monthly utility bill. 4. All items to be picked up must be listed with the Public Works Department. If not listed, items will not be picked up.
The Public Works Department office is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm. You may reach the Public Works Office at (319) 273-8629 during office hours.
The rate is $10.00 per dump. This fee is added to your CFU bill.
On the other hand, if the backup occurs only when you are using your facilities, the problem is more than likely within your private service line and you should call a drain cleaning company. Look for them in the Yellow Pages under "Plumbing Drains & Sewer Cleaning".
Photoelectric smoke detectors use either an incandescent light bulb or a light emitting diode (led) to send forth a beam of light. When smoke enters the detector, light from the beam is reflected from the smoke particles into a photocell sensor and the alarm is triggered.
The ionization chamber smoke detector has a small radiation source that produces radioactive material, electrically charged air molecules called ions. These ions cause a small electric current to flow in the chamber. Smoke particles entering the chamber attach themselves to the ions, reducing the electrical flow. The change in current sets off the alarm (horn).
2. It is important to plan home fire drills before you experience a fire so that family members know what to do and can move quickly in the event of real fire. It is good to practice with the lights out since most fires do occur at night.
3. Plan and know the escape route as well as an alternate escape route.
4. Especially train children, since they get frightened and tend to hide.
5. Don't try to fight the fire yourself.
6. Get out of the house as quickly as possible, without panic.
7. Plan a meeting place outside the house so you'll know when everyone has escaped.
8. Call the Fire Department as soon as you are out of the house from a neighbor's phone or from the nearest telephone...learn where it is.