2017 City Calendar
Free Landfill Dumping For City Residents On The Following Saturdays
City residents with a residential City account with can service (not available to accounts that have dumpster service) can go to the inert landfill for dumping on the following Saturdays: April 22, April 29, June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9, September 16, and September 23. The landfill will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. No appointment is necessary. Listen to the radio for landfill closures due to rain. If the landfill is closed due to rain, the Saturday will NOT be rescheduled.
Free Landfill Dumping For City Residents Monday Through Friday
City residents with a residential City account with can service (not available to accounts that have dumpster service) can go to the inert landfill for dumping on the following days: Monday, April 17th through Friday, April 21st and Monday, April 24th through Friday, April 28th. There will be free landfill dumping Monday - Friday by appointment only at 9:00 a.m. or 1:00 p.m., call 662-7600, ext. 1 to make an appointment. Also call the City Office to find out landfill closures due to rain.
A PICTURE ID SHOWING CURRENT ADDRESS IS REQUIRED PRIOR
TO ANYONE DUMPING AT THE LANDFILL AT ANY TIME
Inert Landfill Acceptable/Non-Acceptable Items
Spring Clean Up Starts April 24th & Ends The Week Of May 15th
City residents with a residential City account with can service are allowed to put out up to 5 cubic yards of material (about 2 pickup loads). Any amount exceeding 5 cubic yards will be picked up and billed to the homeowner according to the City's Resolution of Fees and Rates. To see what week we will be in your neighborhood review the Spring and Fall Pickup Map below. All items must be put in the same place your regular garbage is picked up by 7:00 a.m. on Monday of the week your special pickup is scheduled (please make sure your garbage can is not right by the items to be picked up or your can may get picked up too). Place your items in an open area so the crew and trucks are able to easily access and load the items. Due to the volume of items placed out and the time involved in picking up these items, the City is NOT ABLE to come back for items that were not placed out in time for pickup.
|DISCLAIMER: The City of Devils Lake is not responsible for items which are inadvertently picked up during the Spring Clean Up. It is the home owner's responsibility to ensure that there is a clear definition between what they do and DO NOT want picked up. Any items that are set out anywhere near the items which they intend to have picked up could be mistakenly disposed of. The City WILL NOT be responsible for the replacement of any of those items.
Spring and Fall Pickup Map
Spring and Fall Pickup Acceptable/Non-Acceptable Items
News and Events
25th Annual Devils Run Car Show/Rod Run
Will be held June, 2, 3, and 4th, 2017. The parade will be held on Saturday, June 3rd at 9:50 a.m.
Click here to learn more
Safety and Prevention
City Guidelines For Recreational Fires
Summer Weather Safety
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Call Before You Dig
Planting a tree? Digging a hole for a mailbox? Installing a fence? Call North Dakota One Call at either 1-800-795-0555 or
811 or do your locate online at www.ndonecall.com/homeowners to make sure that you don't run into any underground utilities. There are a number of utility lines buried on your property - electric, telephone, gas or propane, water, sewer, and cable tv.
If you have any questions regarding the One Call procedure, or need information
before making the call, you may call the City Engineer's office at (701)
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