Trochu - May 4, 2016

TRANSFER SITE NEWS

SUMMER HOURS STARTING MAY 1ST

Thursdays 1 – 7 PM

Fridays & Saturdays 9 – 4 PM

FURNITURE BINS

Coming for the Month of May

Compost will be picked up Fridays starting April 22nd when time permits and must be in compost bins. Compost bins are available from the Town Office for $15 per bin.

If you do not wish to use compost bins you are welcome to haul your own compost to the transfer site.

Please call the office at 403-442-3085 with any questions.


TIdy Up Trochu

May 14, 2016


TOXIC ROUND UP

June 4, 2016


TOWN WIDE GARAGE SALE

MAY 14, 2016

 


TROCHU AND DISTRICT MUSEUM

 

ANNUAL GARAGE AND PLANT SALE

Saturday, May 14 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Garage sale items as well as plants (annuals and perennials)

for your garden or flower bed will be available.

Any donations of items for the sale can be dropped

at the museum the week prior to the sale.

Sale is two weeks earlier than usual due to the early spring.

 


ROAD CLOSURE

 

The 200 block of railway ave. Will be closed for water and sewer line upgrades for approximately 5 – 7 weeks, weather permitting. Please use alternate routes for the duration of these repairs. Sorry for any inconvenience.

 


Transfer Site Hours

 

Thursdays  1 – 7 PM

Fri & Sat  9 – 4 PM

 


Next Council Meetings

 

May 9 & 30, 2016 at 6:00 PM

Public Welcome

 


Trochu Community Centre

 

Booking Number 403-506-8581

 


KICK IT TO THE CURB MAY 19TH – MAY 21ST

 

Don’t put your useful but unwanted items in the garbage. Give them away during Kick it to the curb. The idea of the weekend, which starts at sunrise on Thursday May 19th is to simply place any of your unwanted household items at the curb on your front street marked with FREE signs or stickers, and people can just come and pick up the items that households no longer want. Items must be removed from the curb by 1:00 PM on Saturday May 21st.

 


GIVE AWAY ETIQUETTE

 

The Town of Trochu reminds residents to take only the items at the curb marked FREE, respect other people’s property by not walking on people’s lawns or gardens and to consider safety when deciding which items to give away.