The City of Glenwood reminds residents that the snow season is once again here, all vehicles, trailers, campers, fish houses, or anything parked on city streets or within the city right-of-way must be moved to accommodate snow removal. Any of these items which are left on streets or within city right-of-way may be ticketed and/or towed.
ORDINANCE NO. 14, THRID SERIES
(A) SNOW REMOVAL PERIOD, between the dates of October 1 through April 15 of the year following, begins when there has been an accumulation of two (2) inches of snow, or a plowable amount as determined by the Public Works Director, and ends when all streets referred to have been plowed curb-to-curb.
(B) PARKING PROHIBITIONS; During a snow removal period, it is unlawful to park or leave standing a vehicle which is hereby amended as follows:
(1) On any street zoned for commercial uses between the hours of 12:01 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
(2) On any street other than one included in division (B)(1) above between the hours of 12:01 a.m. and 12:01 p.m.
Glenwood Street and Utility Improvement Project
SBA Disaster Loan Assistance
Recycling and Yard Waste Schedule
Jan 2023- Dec 2023
Garbage and Recycling - North of Hwy 28 on Tuesdays
Garbage and Recycling - South of Hwy 28 on Thursdays
Yard Waste - City-wide April 15-November 11
All refuse and recycling containers will need to be removed from all city streets and boulevards and stowed accordingly to accommodate snow removal.
Unimproved Roads and Alleys
Most of the patted and unimproved roads, roadways and alleys within the City of Glenwood are utilized by and for utilities either overhead or underground. These areas are not designed or developed to be traversed or parked upon by the general public on a regular basis. They are, however, able to be traversed by adjacent property owners to obtain temporary or limited access to their property. Attention should be given to ensure that these areas are not traversed when damage may occur due to soft ground conditions. This does not mean that property owner has authority to cut trees, grade, remove or add gravel, or perform any type of improvement(s) to the area without first obtaining written consent from the City of Glenwood. Please be considerate of these areas as they may be maintained by the neighboring property owner.
Manganese consumption advisory
The City of Glenwood is dedicated to providing clean and safe drinking water. Residents received a letter regarding manganese levels in the water supply. Due to the continuing drought, manganese levels are at an elevated level. While manganese is unregulated and does not have an enforceable standard- MDH recommended health guidelines are available for personal review.
Glenwood Consumer Confidence Report
Glenwood works hard to provide you with safe and reliable drinking water that meets federal and state water quality requirements. The purpose of this report is to provide you with information on your drinking water and how to protect our precious water resources.
and Use Tax
Buckthorn Brigade Educational Material
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