We are starting to see the signs of coordinated trash collection on its way! Starting May 9, information will arrive in mailboxes explaining the program and available garbage service levels. A postcard with instructions for how you can notify the City of your chosen service level will follow shortly thereafter.
Due to the Wabasha Street closing there is a NEW staging area for Cinco de Mayo parade participants. If you or your organization is marching in the parade please review this information to find where your group will be staging!
LINE UP WILL OCCUR ON HUMBOLDT AVENUE BETWEEN ELIZABETH STREET & TACO HOUSE
Wabasha Street remains closed between Plato and Cesar Chavez until further notice.
Saint Paul – The City of Saint Paul has begun work to assess the bluff and surrounding area
where a slope failure occurred on Saturday afternoon, April 28. Large pieces of rock debris from
the bluff were scattered across Wabasha Street prompting the city to close the street and evaluate
the condition of the bluff. There were no injuries or damage to private property.
Support WSCO, have fun, build community, and get fit! Attend this fundraiser for WSCO with instructor Cathy Molinett of CM's Fitness and Dance. $10 per session. Please register here! (click your desired days below). You may also choose to donate extra if you like!
In the spring thru fall of 2018, Public Works Sewer Utility will be rehabilitating deteriorated city owned sewers. Instead of digging up the street and installing a new sewer pipe, the sewer will be repaired by installing a pipe liner within the existing sewer. The sewer liner creates a new long-lasting pipe within the old sewer.
The WSCO Board will now meet the FOURTH Monday of each month, beginning on June 25th, 2018
The May meeting will be held on May 21st due to Memorial day.
The meetings are from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm at the WSCO Office, 209 Page Street West
Upcoming meeting dates for 2018 are:
December - TBA
This is a change from the past meeting date of the second Monday of each month.
Thank you to everyone who came to the Lilydale Stablization Project Update on February 1st. Click here to see the presentation given by the city, and the project webpage.