Posted on: November 20, 2017

Winter Collection Schedule for Yard Debris and Food Scraps Begins Nov. 30

The City of Dubuque’s weekly collection of yard debris and food scraps on customers’ normal collection day will end on Saturday, Nov. 25. Beginning next Thursday, Nov. 30, the City will start its winter yard waste and food scraps collection schedule.

Current food scraps collection subscribers will automatically have their collections made every Thursday and will be charged $1 per month for this winter service.  All other curbside collection customers who would like to have yard debris and/or ...

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Posted on: November 16, 2017

City Offices Closed Thursday and Friday

City of Dubuque offices will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 23, and Friday, Nov. 24, for the Thanksgiving holiday. This includes City Hall and other City offices and facilities throughout the city of Dubuque.

There will be no refuse, yard waste, or curbside recycling collections on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 23. Those Thursday collections will instead be made on the following Saturday, Nov. 25. There is no change in schedule for curbside collections on F...

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Posted on: November 9, 2017

'Holiday Tags' Available for Solid Waste Collection Customers

The City of Dubuque is continuing its annual distribution of a complimentary “holiday tag” for extra garbage to its solid waste collection customers. The tags will be available until Jan. 3, 2018.

Customers requesting a holiday tag will need to present the original top portion of their November 2017 utility bills, which have holiday tag information printed on them. Renters in housing units where the owner pays the City utility bill will need to req...

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Posted on: October 20, 2017

City Seeking Community Input on Future Recreational Space Along the Reconstructed Bee Branch Creek

As part of the Bee Branch Watershed Flood Mitigation Project, the City of Dubuque plans to redevelop the former Blum Co. properties located at 411 and 501 E. 15th St.

into a flood mitigation maintenance facility that includes space for public use and an outdoor recreational space abutting the reconstructed Bee Branch Creek.

The site operated as a scrap yard and recycling facility for over 50 years and is currently conta...

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