My sidewalk needs to be replaced. Who is responsible for this?
Public Works has conducted inspections on all city sidewalks and necessary repairs/replacement are prioritized according to severity. Public Works will complete these repairs. Homeowners may inquire if their sidewalk is included in scheduled work. If not, an inspection may be requested as conditions may have declined. Homeowners may replace the sidewalk at their own expense if replacement is not scheduled by Public Works.Read more...

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1. Which holidays will affect my pickup day?
2. The tree in my parkway appears to be dead. Who will remove it?
3. My sidewalk needs to be replaced. Who is responsible for this?
4. How do I get a recycling container?
5. Water is pooling in the street by my house. Can anything be done?
6. How often does the city sweep the streets?
7. Can I place a Dumpster in the street?
8. All of my trash won't fit in the container. What do I do?
9. I believe a traffic intersection is unsafe. Will Public Works put up more signs?
10. The street light by my house won't come on. Who should I contact?
11. Do I have to move my car off the street when it snows?
12. Who picks up road kill?
13. What do I do with grass clippings?
14. Why haven’t you picked up my trash/recycling yet?
15. The snowplow damaged my lawn. Who is responsible?
16. What are the rules for leaf pickup?
17. What should I do with Hazardous Waste?
18. Do I live in the City service area for trash & recycle pickup?
19. Is there a fee for extra trash? How am I billed?