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WALWORTH COUNTY CLEAN-UP DAYS 2017


ATTENTION WALWORTH COUNTY RESIDENTS:

During the week of May 15th through May 20th, 2017, the Walworth County Landfill will be accepting the following items free of charge for Walworth County residents:


Categories: Wood waste, concrete, trees, metal, appliances, upholstered furniture, mattresses, and carpet


Household garbage is not eligible for free disposal. The Landfill facility will be open from 8:00 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. Monday through Saturday during clean-up week. All loads entering the Walworth County Landfill must be covered or secured; fines will be assessed for all unsecured loads. All incoming loads must be separated into the categories listed above; if loads are not separated, the customer will be asked to separate items at the facility. All dumping will be monitored by Landfill staff. Walworth County reserves the right to subject a penalty for disposal of any material that is not separated.


Walworth County clean-up days may be cancelled or postponed due to adverse weather conditions. If such action is taken, notice will be given via KOLY radio and Public Access Channel 7 in Mobridge. During wet weather, please call the Landfill to verify that waste is still being accepted.


MOBRIDGE RESIDENTS:

    APPLIANCES, METAL, AND CAR BATTERIES: Clean -UP-Week ONLY haul to K & K or place in designated roll off dumpster at City Street Department (4th Avenue East, south of railroad tracks)

    TREES AND BRANCHES: FREE- haul to the rubble site located east of the National Guard building on Lake Front Rd or Walworth County Landfill

    UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, AND CARPET: place in designated roll-off dumpster at City Street Department (4th Avenue East, south of railroad tracks.)

    WOOD WASTE AND CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL: place in designated roll-off dumpster at City Street Department, 4th Avenue East, south of railroad tracks.)

    CONCRETE: place on City Street Department pile at City Street Department (4th Avenue East, south of railroad tracks.)

    YARD WASTE (GRASS AND LEAVES):FREE-usesage designated bin behind Mobridge City Hall or haul to Walworth County Landfill

    Tires: Place in designated roll off dumpster at City Street Department (4th Avenue East, south of Railroad tracks) or haul to Walworth County Landfill at no charge

Dumpsters and disposal sites in Mobridge are for Mobridge Residents ONLY. This year the City of Mobridge Neighbors in Need Program will offer free pickup for 10 residents in each Ward District. Residents participating in the Neighbors in Need Program will need to call Code Enforcement Officer Cynthia Rische @ 848-0318 by 5:00 pm on Friday, May 12th to schedule a pickup. ONLY Appliances and Furniture items will be picked up NO MATTRESSES.


Commercial haulers, business entities, and out-of-county customers are not allowed to participate in Clean-Up Days.


ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE TO THE CONDITIONS OUTLINED ABOVE.


If you have any questions, please call the Walworth County Landfill @762-3316.


NEIGHBORS IN NEED


“Neighbors in Need” is a new pilot program that the City of Mobridge will try for one day during clean up week, May 15-20th. As the Code Enforcement Officer, I saw that there was a need in the community to help residents that needed assistance getting rid of items during clean up week.


The” Neighbors for Need” pilot program will help out those who are elderly, have health issues or have no means of transportation. Neighbors in Need pilot program will ONLY accept 10 residents from each Ward District. Residents will have to call the Code Enforcement Officer, Cindy Rische at (848-0318) by 5:00 pm on May 12th to schedule a pickup. Scheduled pickups will be on May 17th, for appliances and furniture only, No mattress. These items will need to be placed out by the alley.




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Mobridge, South Dakota, founded in 1906, is a city with a rich history and an economy driven by tourism and recreation.

The town has been shaped by it's rich Native American roots and railroad prominence, both in the past and present.  

It's location as a prime crossing for the Missouri River has played a significant role in the growth and settlement of the town.

Source: Listening To Mobridge 2011: Riverfront Development Project

 

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