The 2023 Street Improvement project details have been published online, including the anticipated project schedule. This site will continue to have updates posted as the project moves forward.
By now most residents have noticed barrels from “Genes”. Genes is the new city recycling service provider, effective immediately. We are excited to have obtained Genes commitment to our recycling needs and welcome having a local company with local support to better serve our community.
Starting today, Thursday, April 20th, City provided recycling services from Waste Management is changing over to Gene’s Disposal. Gene’s is already out delivering new recycling carts to each property. This is the LAST Waste Management recycling pickup. After today, please start using your new Gene’s recycling cart.
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
I hope all is well with you and your families. As we transition from winter into spring, I want to update you regarding some current City-related issues and review some of Dellwood’s Ordinances.
Under the federal Clean Water Act, cities must implement management practices to reduce the risk of pollution entering waterbodies through a stormwater system. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency oversees and administers a permit program on behalf of the US Environmental Protection Agency that regulates these management practices to ensure that federal and state requirements are being met. The City’s Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program (SWPPP) lays out the management practices the City employs to address pollution within its stormwater system and to meet regulatory requirements.