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New automated waste and recyling program to begin

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Free document shredding available July 25, 2020 at three locations

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Spring 2020 curb-side yard waste collection ends

The City's spring 2020 curb-side yard waste collection has ended. Residents may use the yard waste drop-off site, 4071 88th Ave., which is open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

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Mulch available June 12 for City residents at yard waste drop-off site

Free mulch will be available to City residents for pickup at the yard waste drop-off site, 4017 88th Ave., beginning June 12.
Proper identification displaying proof of residency within the City of Kenosha is required.Citizens must be able to load the mulch into their vehicles themselves. Assistance is not available.


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Mayor Antaramian calls for peace, racial justice following local protests

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Kenosha Water Utility: Residential Household Hazardous Waste Collection Resumes June 6

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Recreational Openings Within the City of Kenosha

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Lightning detectors operational at City parks, golf course

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Animal Trapping

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Kenosha Water Utility bypass of sanitary sewer due to excess rain

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New grant program for small businesses impacted by COVID-19

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Kenosha Police Department to limit animal trapping service

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May 4: KWU shares guidelines for reinstating stagnant water lines as businesses re-open

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Yard waste drop-off site to open May 4 with new directions for site use

City residents may use the City's yard waste drop-off site on 88th Avenue (Hwy. H) beginning on Monday, May 4. There are new directions for using the site, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and also road construction on 88th Avenue.
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Directions to access the site

 


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Bulk waste drop-off site opens May 5 with limited hours, restrictions

The City's bulk waste drop-off site, 1001 50th St., will open for the season with restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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April 28: City cancels parade, postpones fireworks to Sept. 6

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April 24: City pools to remain closed for the season due to COVID-19 concerns

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April 18: City plans to distribute $655,910 in CDBG funds for COVID-19 relief

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March 27: City of Kenosha updates related to COVID-19

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Mayor Antaramian to discuss City response to COVID-19 on WLIP March 27

Mayor John Antaramian will provide an update on the City’s response to the health emergency, during a radio interview with host Lenny Palmer at 10:15 a.m. Friday, March 27 on 1050 AM WLIP.

 


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Common Council Mayor

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March 26: Mayor Antaramian to discuss City's response to COVID-19

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March 25: Kenosha Area Transit, Care-A-Van service changes due to COVID-19

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March 25: Property tax payment options: online, drop-boxes, U.S. mail

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March 25: Kenosha Water Utility response to COVID-19

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March 23: Kenosha Area Transit suspends fare collection due to COVID-19

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March 20: Alternate side parking is suspended

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March 19: Walk-in services suspended at City Hall due to COVID-19 pandemic

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March 12: City of Kenosha's response to COVID-19

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Property tax payments may be made online, through drop boxes or U.S. mail

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