Brush Collection Resumes in May
Brush collection will resume the week of Monday, May 9, for east side residents and the week of Monday, May 16, for west side residents. Brush should be at the curb by 7 a.m. on Monday of your scheduled week but no sooner than the weekend before that. For the more information about the program, including the 2016 schedule, please click here or call 630-454-2400.
Yard Waste Collection Resumes in April
The yard waste collection season resumes in April. Please visit the City’s website for more details about the yard waste collection program.
Deerpath Road Bridge
Construction for replacement of the bridge is underway. The contractor has displayed two changeable message boards on Main Street prior to reaching Deerpath Road that the road is closed and to alert drivers to follow the posted detour route. A few more utilities are being relocated prior to the bridge construction fully starting. The road closure will be for the duration of the project and as of now we are anticipating the road being closed until September 2016. This is weather pending as well as dependent on the utility contractors.
The City appreciates your cooperation during this project. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to the Public Works Engineering project manager, Andrea Podraza either via email@example.com or (630) 454-2757.
Weekly updated information will be available on the project website: http://www.cityofbatavia.net/341/Deerpath-Road-Bridge-Improvements or www.cityofbatavia.net/projects
Next Kane County Electronics Recycling Event Is Saturday, May 14
The next Kane County Recycles Event will be held on Saturday, May 14, between 8 a.m. and 12 noon, at 540 S. Randall in St. Charles. At this event, residents can recycle electronics including televisions and books. Please note that the list of accepted items is now limited to those electronics items that are banned from landfills; other electronics items should be put in residents’ regular trash (not recycling). At the Electronics Recycling Events, residents can recycle up to 3 TVs per car of any type, size, or age. Large loads of TVs will not be accepted. The monthly Electronics Recycling Events are for Kane County residents only. Businesses, institutions, schools, and non-profits may not use this event, and should instead contract for recycling services from a certified electronics recycler.
The weekday electronics drop-off sites in St. Charles and West Dundee are now closed. Here are links to articles about the latest developments in electronics recycling and disposal: Illinois’ Electronics Recycling Struggles Affect Kane County & Where to Recycle Your Big Old TVs Today
Residents can visit the Kane County Recycling website for current options. If you have any questions, please contact the Kane County Recycling Coordinator at 630-208-3841.
Annual Rain Barrel Sale
It’s that time of year again, the City of Batavia is partnering up with The Conservation Foundation to bring you our Annual Rain Barrel Sale. Ordering your rain barrel is simple, you can order right now by following this link. Online orders can be placed until April 27, 2016. The Conservation Foundation sells 4 different colors of plastic rain barrels:
- Terra Cotta
The Rain Barrels start at $60 and for $5 more you can have your barrel delivered to your home, otherwise pick up is Saturday April 30th from 9am to 11am at the Skate Park at 411 S. River Street.
Save the Date for Upcoming Spring Events
May 19th – Truck Tales at the Batavia Public Library for elementary aged children
May 21st – Fox River Clean Up
Please click on the link below for the Batavia Chamber of Commerce “Weekly Digest” highlighting the week’s events and any chamber news.http://conta.cc/20IdtdW