The annual Clean-Up Day conducted by the City of Okoboji
will be Monday, June 10th this year, one day only.
The Clean-Up Day is designed to pick up items not normally
picked up for regular garbage collection, and is for
residential only. Please limit the weight of items you
wish to have picked up, and have your items at the curb
before 7:00 a.m. on June 10th.
Be sure all planks/boards are cut not to exceed 6 (six) ft.
in length for disposal. Batteries, paint, insecticide cans
and other hazardous waste will not be picked up. The City will
no longer collect the following special items for free on
Clean-Up Day: white goods (appliances), brown goods (electronics),
televisions, mattresses, box springs, stuffed furniture items, car
tires, truck and tractor tires. Tags must be purchased for the
collection of those items. (Reminder: Residents may use this tag
system all year round to dispose of unwanted items- not just on
Call Okoboji City Hall (332-2550) if you have any questions.
CITY OF OKOBOJI RESIDENTS:
Week of May 20th -Twice/Week Garbage Collection Begins
Starting the Week of May 20th through the Monday after
Labor Day, Residential Garbage Collection Service will
be twice weekly, on Mondays and Thursdays.
Recycling Collection Service continues once/week on Mondays.
Please remember to have your garbage & recycling out to the
curb by 7:00 a.m. on pickup days. That is the time Waste Management
drivers begin their routes, and your garbage/recycling will not be
collected if you don't have it out on time. Thank you!
Beginning Wednesday, April 17, 2013, the City of Okoboji will pick
up landscape waste every Wednesday (weather permitting) until
further notice. Please use clear bags if possible, but we will
collect landscape waste provided it is bagged, boxed, or canned.
Limit the size of branches to two (2) inches in diameter, not
longer than four (4) feet in length, and seventy-five (75) pounds
in weight. In the event the landscape waste site becomes too muddy
or wet due to poor weather, the City will announce on the local
radio stations landscape waste will not be collected that day.
NOTICE TO THE CITZENS OF OKOBOJI:
The Consumer Confidence Report of Water Quality
for the City of Okoboji, Iowa, will not be mailed to you.
However, a copy has been posted at the Okoboji City Hall and at the
Okoboji Post Office as well as being published in the May 22,
issue of the Dickinson County News. Copies of the report are
available at the Okoboji City Hall upon request.