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♻️🚫RECYCLING UPDATE ♻️🚫

Last week we announced our recycling program would be suspended temporarily due to COVID-19 concerns and a fee waiver will be granted.

UPDATE: We originally stated blue containers could still be put out and picked up, but have had to revise this due to containers being used for materials other than recycling.

‼️EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY WE WILL NO LONGER BE PICKING UP BLUE RECYCLING CONTAINERS. PLEASE ONLY PLACE BLACK CONTAINERS FOR PICKUP. ANY BLUE CONTAINERS PLACED WILL NOT BE PICKED UP.

Your pick-up schedule will remain the same. A fee adjustment will be noted in the bills you receive next month. Services will return to normal once this pandemic is over.
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♻️🚫RECYCLING UPDATE ♻️🚫

Last week we announced our recycling program would be suspended temporarily due to COVID-19 concerns and a fee waiver will be granted.  

UPDATE: We originally stated blue containers could still be put out and picked up, but have had to revise this due to containers being used for materials other than recycling. 

‼️EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY WE WILL NO LONGER BE PICKING UP BLUE RECYCLING CONTAINERS.  PLEASE ONLY PLACE BLACK CONTAINERS FOR PICKUP.  ANY BLUE CONTAINERS PLACED WILL NOT BE PICKED UP.

Your pick-up schedule will remain the same. A fee adjustment will be noted in the bills you receive next month. Services will return to normal once this pandemic is over.

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Casey Jo Johnson

Anthony Johnson

David Greenwood our recycling is gonna sit there a hot minute

Christopher Meek

So are we still being charged for it then if you're not picking it up? If so come pick up my blue can.

So you are updating our bills and not charging us for them correct?!?!?

They didn’t empty our recyclables last week like they said they would. So it must have been effective last Friday.

Joletta Fiddler

Brice Martinovich

Kayla Scott Jamie Tanya Kaine

Carlie Jahner Steve Jahner now they're not picking up recycling lol

Carol Faulhaber Boston Faulhaber

Ruin it for everyone why dont you Karen

Chris Alleman

What does a pandemic have to do with recycling? You need people? Ask for people, don't cancel.

It LITERALLY says in the post that the fees will be adjusted in next months bills 🤦🏻‍♀️

Jason E. Fleshman

So do we just put in all in the garbage can now? Just want to make sure we are doing it correctly

Kayla Messall

Our recycling and garbage day was today. Both containers were full if anything could they not just have dumped both cans into the garbage truck? Now we get to deal with cardboard blowing out of the recycling dumpster indefinitely? Seems like this announcement should have been made before today's bins were picked up.

So can we have an extra pickup day since our trash cans will fill up 2x faster lol

I think they focus on trash overload too much to control it so I think recycles can wait not longer almost over

I called earlier and they said you were still taking them so you are or you arent?

Ignorant a$$hats ruin it for everyone else...

Can i get like 3 more black containers now 🤣

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⚠️ ROAD WORK: WEEK OF APRIL 13TH ⚠️

Street crews will be sealing cracks along 3rd Ave W/Hwy 22 from Villard to I-94 next week Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday (weather permitting). Please use caution and follow any detour signs when traveling in this area.
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⚠️ ROAD WORK: WEEK OF APRIL 13TH ⚠️

Street crews will be sealing cracks along 3rd Ave W/Hwy 22 from Villard to I-94 next week Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday (weather permitting).  Please use caution and follow any detour signs when traveling in this area.

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Ramon Jimenez...get to work

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REMINDER: Even though the winter restrictions have been lifted to perform work in the right of way, it is not allowable to backfill with frozen material or to pour concrete on frozen ground. Concrete that has been poured must be covered if freezing temperatures are forecast. ... See MoreSee Less

REMINDER: Even though the winter restrictions have been lifted to perform work in the right of way, it is not allowable to backfill with frozen material or to pour concrete on frozen ground.  Concrete that has been poured must be covered if freezing temperatures are forecast.

ATTN: FLOOD INSURANCE POLICY HOLDERS

FEMA EXTENDS GRACE PERIOD FOR FLOOD INSURANCE RENEWAL PREMIUMS

FEMA continues to take proactive steps to address the COVID-19 pandemic and to help serve its National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) customers who may be experiencing financial hardships, the agency is extending the grace period to renew flood insurance policies from 30 to 120 days.

To avoid a lapse in coverage, there is typically a 30-day grace period to renew National Flood Insurance Program policies. However, due to the widespread economic disruption arising from this pandemic, FEMA recognizes that policyholders may not meet the standard deadline.

This extension will allow additional time for policyholders who may be struggling financially to pay insurance premiums and ensure their policies are not cancelled for nonpayment of premium due to circumstances beyond their control.

If a policy has an expiration date between February 13, 2020 and June 15, 2020, then the NFIP insurer must receive the appropriate renewal premium within 120 days of the expiration date to avoid a lapse in coverage. Likewise, if a policyholder receives an underpayment notice dated between February 13, 2020, and June 15, 2020, then the NFIP insurer must receive the additional premium amount requested within 120 days of the date of the notice.

Policyholders who need additional time to pay their premiums, beyond the 120-day extension, should contact their agent or insurer to inquire about other options the insurer may offer for premium payment.

If you have any questions, please contact FEMA Region VIII External Affairs at 303-235-4908.
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ATTN: FLOOD INSURANCE POLICY HOLDERS

FEMA EXTENDS GRACE PERIOD FOR FLOOD INSURANCE RENEWAL PREMIUMS 
 
FEMA continues to take proactive steps to address the COVID-19 pandemic and to help serve its National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) customers who may be experiencing financial hardships, the agency is extending the grace period to renew flood insurance policies from 30 to 120 days. 
 
To avoid a lapse in coverage, there is typically a 30-day grace period to renew National Flood Insurance Program policies. However, due to the widespread economic disruption arising from this pandemic, FEMA recognizes that policyholders may not meet the standard deadline.
 
This extension will allow additional time for policyholders who may be struggling financially to pay insurance premiums and ensure their policies are not cancelled for nonpayment of premium due to circumstances beyond their control. 
 
If a policy has an expiration date between February 13, 2020 and June 15, 2020, then the NFIP insurer must receive the appropriate renewal premium within 120 days of the expiration date to avoid a lapse in coverage. Likewise, if a policyholder receives an underpayment notice dated between February 13, 2020, and June 15, 2020, then the NFIP insurer must receive the additional premium amount requested within 120 days of the date of the notice.
 
Policyholders who need additional time to pay their premiums, beyond the 120-day extension, should contact their agent or insurer to inquire about other options the insurer may offer for premium payment.
 
If you have any questions, please contact FEMA Region VIII External Affairs at 303-235-4908.
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