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Restland Cemetery gravesite decorations must be removed by
Monday, April 12th for cemetery clean-up.
Unless placed on the monument or monument base, all gravesite decorations must be removed for groundskeeping purposes.
 

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 Midwest Sanitation totes MUST be used on and after April 7th. See guidelines below:

 

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Tote Guidelines:

• Do not overfill the totes - lids must be fully closed for pickup

• Totes must be within 4 ft. of the curb and at least 4 ft. away from any obstructions such as recycling bins, mailboxes, signs, or parked cars

• Bag garbage prior to placing it in the tote to reduce fly-away litter

• Do not make any permanent markings to the containers (These are property of Midwest Sanitation)

• All bags must fit into the containers for pickup. If you need an additional garbage tote, Midwest Sanitation can provide an extra billed through them (Contact 888-428-2610)

• All totes must be out by 6:00 AM to ensure pickup

 

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 If you have a cat or dog over the age of 4 months it is required per City of Baxter Ordinance that the animal be licensed. Licensing requires updated proof of rabies vaccination and a $5 fee per animal.
 
Due to our current closed-door policy, licensing will be done through the vestibule window in City Hall’s west entrance OR tags can be mailed to you once rabies certificate is provided via utility drop box, mail, or email and payment is made via utility drop box, mail, or online through the City website.
Fees can be paid at:
You can email rabies vaccination certificates to Katie Mills at: clerk2@baxter-iowa.com

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Save checks! Save time! Forget the penalties!
We offer EASY and convenient auto pay to take care of your water utility payment with ease. Fill out the form at the link below and include a void check- drop it off and forget about it!

http://www.baxter-iowa.com/home/showdocument?id=1088&fbclid=IwAR2TXMOskQ1rh7qgYLDoNXXU-S4xDv-m4RCHy7Ly2jUZeykWtqlU1tZ-tm8

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WHAT CAN I RECYCLE? 

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REMINDER:

PLEASE DO NOT BLOW GRASS INTO THE STREETS!

CITY ORDINANCE, SECTION 105.11, PROHIBITED PRACTICES STATES IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR ANY PERSON TO MOW OR DEPOSIT GRASS CLIPPINGS OR YARD WASTE INTO CITY STREETS AND CURBS.

 

City Ordinance, Section 142.03, DUTY TO TRIM TREES states the homeowner shall keep the trees overhanging the street, trimmed so that all branches will be at least fifteen (15) feet above the surface of the street and eight (8) feet above the sidewalks.

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John Hicks was sworn in as Baxter's new Chief of Police. Chief Hicks moved to Baxter from Holiday, Florida with his family. John retired from the Pinellas Park Police Department with the rank of Captain. 

We are excited to welcome Chief Hicks and his family to Baxter.

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Check out our video  - BAXTER: A PLACE TO GROW

https://youtu.be/bssVOIP8YkA

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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