Can I place a Dumpster in the street?

Any resident wishing to place a Dumpster in a city street, alley or right of way, must file a Dumpster Permit with Public Works. There is no cost. The permit should be completed 48 hours in advance of placement and will require approval by the director. Your waste hauler must have proof of insurance and the Dumpster must be marked with reflective tape or barricades. Find the Dumpster Permit, here.

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