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Yes. Free yard waste pickup is available the months of April and November. Free yard waste bags are available in the fall. Visit news for more information closer to the date.
Republic Services picks up yard waste on your scheduled garbage day, April 1st - December 6th.
The City, conducts an annual spring cleanup. It is generally held the last week of April. The dates will be posted on the City Calendar and on the City Facebook. More information will be available on the News Flash section.
Yes. Stickers are available at the water office - 915 16th Avenue, the Jewel service counter, and the service counter at the Silvis Hy-Vee. They are fifteen dollars per load (what would fit in the bed of a small pickup truck). You can schedule a special pickup for larger items by calling 752-1573.
We are unable to take white good appliances, tires, remodeling or construction materials. You can call 1-877-934-5378 for appliances and tires - up to 10 tires per year.
Contact Scott County (reciprocal agreement with Rock Island County) for hazardous materials and ewaste disposal:
Household Hazardous Material Facility5640 Carey AvenueDavenport, IA 52807(563) 386-9575
Electronic Demanufacturing Facility 1048 East 59th StreetDavenport, IA 52807563-823-0119
The City has a Stormwater Management Plan in place and is working on achieving it's goals. To speak to someone regarding your concerns, please call our City Engineer's Office at 309-751-2310. For copies of Floodplain Maps and/or questions, please contact
Erica Williams, Engineering Department - email or call 309-751-2310
The street lights are maintained by MidAmerican Energy. Call the company at (800) 799-4443 or visit their website.
The City has an Ice/Snow Control Policy. It assists the Public Works Department during ice/snow storms. View the snow and ice maintenance map for more information. Major arterials and areas around schools are treated first. Connector and residential streets with steep hills are next. The remainder of the neighborhood streets are treated as time allows and depending on the storm's severity.
Map of Snow Plow Routes (you will have to enlarge and zoom in to see in detail)