BLACK JACK SPRING LIMB PICKUP
BIDS FOR GRASS CUTTINGThe City of Black Jack is accepting sealed bids for grass cutting resulting from code violations. To obtain bid specifications email email@example.com or call (314) 355-7258. Bids will be opened on 4/6 viaZoom Meeting ID – 238-956-9619; Password - Meeting.
Parks and Recreation Board Public Hearing
April 12th at 6:30 pm to discuss plans for Heritage Park
Held via Zoom
MEETING ID - 238-956-9619; Password – Meeting
YOU MAY ALSO DIAL IN AT (312) 626 6799
"SMART911" Emergency Contact System comes to the City of Black Jack
Alerts and notifications help inform you of weather, traffic, and other emergencies in your community. Download the "Smart911" app in your mobile app store or text "Smart911" to 67283 to receive the download link via text message. Click to Join
Phone number to call in 408-418-9388
5 Signs You Are an Aspirational Recycler
Should I? Shouldn’t I? If you’re asking yourself these questions as you toss something in your recycling bin, you might be an aspirational recycler. Think you’re an aspirational recycler? See if you’re doing any of these things:
- You don’t know whether something is recyclable, but you hope it is. When in doubt, you should throw it out. Stick with the basics…
- You recycle more than cardboard, paper, metal cans, plastic and glass. Keep it simple and focus on items like water bottles, milk jugs, aluminum cans, and clean and dry paper and cardboard.
- You confuse “recycle” with “reuse.” Your old clothing, tools and appliances can have new life, but not if you put them in your recycling container. Donate items for reuse to a local charity.
- You toss items in the recycle bin with liquid and food still in them. Items must be empty, clean and dry to be recycled. When they’re not, they contaminate the perfectly good recyclables around them, sending some to the landfill.
- You bag your recyclables. It sounds like a nice, neat way to keep your bin clean and collect recyclables. But the truth is that bagged recyclables can’t be unbundled and sorted at the recycling facility. They’ll go to the landfill - nullifying your recycling efforts.
Monday routes will be picked up on Tuesday, June 1
Tuesday routes will be picked up on Wednesday, June2
Wednesday routes will be picked up on Thursday, June 3
Thursday routes will be picked up on Friday, June 4
Friday routes will be picked up on Saturday, June 5
INDEPENDENCE DAY – SUNDAY, JULY 4, 2021
No residential routes will be affected
LABOR DAY – MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2021
Monday routes will be picked up on Tuesday, September 7
Tuesday routes will be picked up on Wednesday, September 8
Wednesday routes will be picked up on Thursday, September 9
Thursday routes will be picked up on Friday, September 10
Friday routes will be picked up on Saturday, September 11
THANKSGIVING DAY ‑ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2021
Monday - Wednesday routes will not be affected
Thursday routes will be picked up on Friday, November 26
Friday routes will be picked up on Saturday, November 27