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City of Stonewood

City of Stonewood

THE WASTE DEPARTMENT WILL BE COLLECTING AS MUCH RESIDENTAL AND COMMERCIAL CARDBOARD AS THEY CAN BY 2PM TODAY THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2020.  UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, THE RECYCLYING CENTER WILL BE CLOSED.  WE ARE ASKING AT THIS TIME TO PUT RECYCLING IN WITH REGULAR GARBAGE PICKUP.  ONCE THE CENTER IS BACK OPEN, WE WILL UPDATE THE RESIDENTS AND CONTINUE WITH THE RECYCLING PROGRAM.  PLEASE HELP US SPREAD THE WORD.  WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

At this time, due to the pending health issues and being proactive, We will be closing our City Hall and Public Works' Office will be staffed, but the doors will be locked to the public. You can make payments or handle any situations by phone (304) 623-2919 or by dropping payments in the drop box on the side of the building.



At this time the Council Meeting for Tuesday March 17th, 2020 at 7:00 PM will be via teleconference. The information will be posted. The City Hall building will be closed at that time and we will also have information available for the call in.



Bridge Name:

City of Stonewood

Conference ID:

4434077

Host PIN #:

7978

US Toll Dial-In Number:

1-415-926-7785

Live Conference Manager

https://www.broaddata.com/live-conference-manager/



We will keep you updated as changes are made. Please spread this information as you are able to. At this time, per the President, we are urged to be in crowds of less than 10 people.

RECYCLING
The City of Stonewood is working with the Harrison County Solid Waste Authority in an effort to raise awareness about recycling. In the past the City did recycling the first and third Thursday and Friday of the month. To get residents in compliance with the Harrison County ordinance that requires all residents to recycle, the City will now pick up recycling every Friday EXCEPT HOLIDAYS. Residents are to set their bins at the curb. If you do not have a bin, you can come to City Hall and pick one up. You may also call City Hall to make arrangements if you need assistance with recycling. As a reminder, accepted material includes plastic milk jugs, bottles and containers, aluminum cans, metal and steel cans, newspapers and cardboard. Unacceptable material includes foam, plastic grocery bags, pizza boxes, egg cartons, butter tubs, glass and oil containers. The City is focused on saving the environment, saving customers on the purchase of trash bags by reducing garbage waste and increasing recycling as well as assisting the city on landfill costs by reducing the weight.