Here is a list of acceptable items for fall cleanup day. (Click on the list to enlarge.)
Code of Ordinances
Click to download and print out an Entry Form for the 2014 Harvest Festival Grand Parade. This year’s theme is “Celebrating our Heritage.”
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If you would like to participate in the free recycling program but don’t have a blue bin, call City Hall at 757-4729 and we will order one for you.
Scottville welcomes these recently-opened businesses:
The Bottle and Can, 108 S. Main Street
Cole’s Antiques Villa, 120 N. Main Street
Dee’s Pet Spa, 120 S. Main Street
Paddlesports Factory Warehouse, U.S. 10 (old Wickes Lumber building)
Use It Again, 102 W. State Street
Bliss Bridals, 101 S. Main Street
Tuesday, June 24th will be the last pick-up day for our current waste hauler, Area 31 Recycling & Waste. The plan for recycling that day is the new company, Republic Services, will be out early in the morning to drop off recycle bins wherever they see Area 31 bins. Area 31 will come a little later in the morning and take their bins when they pick up your recycling.
We are asking that everyone have the bins out by 7 a.m. and make sure if you have more than one bin you put them all out that morning. Anyone that has a missed bin can call City Hall and we will be sure to contact the correct waste hauler to either get it picked up or have a new one dropped off.
Keeping chickens is becoming more popular among city residents. The City’s ordinance requires anyone considering doing this to first apply to the City Commission for approval. The application must include a letter stating how many chickens the resident will own and the type of coop they will be housed in. We also recommend you speak to neighbors and ask if they have any issues with having chickens nearby. A letter of support from neighbors is helpful when the City Commission considers these requests.
State and local law allows fireworks to be discharged ONLY the day before, day of, and day after the 10 major holidays and never between the hours of 1 a.m. and 8 a.m.
Residents need to use garbage bags provided by the City in order to have their refuse picked up. Bags can be purchased at City Hall or at Wesco.
30- Gallon bags are $12.00 for a package of 10 bags or $1.20 for an individual bag.
13- Gallon bags are $6.00 for a package of 10 bags of $ .60 for an individual bag.