Is curbside recycling offered?

As part of the city's refuse collection service, residents may elect to have curbside recycling as part of their service. Items that can be recycled are:

  • Newspapers
  • Tin and aluminum cans
  • Glass (clear, brown, amber)
  • Grade 1 and 2 plastic items such as milk jugs and soda bottles

Items may be co-mingled, with newspapers placed on top. All recyclables must be placed in a bin provided by the city's refuse hauler.

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1. When is an occupancy permit required?
2. Are fireworks allowed?
3. Are solicitors allowed?
4. Can I dump or blow my snow on the sidewalk or street?
5. Can I park in front of a mailbox or across a sidewalk?
6. Are there rules for parking commercial vehicles?
7. Do I have to clear off my sidewalk after a snowfall?
8. Do I need a building permit?
9. Do I need to leash my pet?
10. How do I prepare my yard waste for collection?
11. How loud can I play my radio?
12. How often must I mow my grass?
13. If I want to rent my property, what must I do?
14. Is curbside recycling offered?
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17. What is the curfew?
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