New Around the Square!!

Marie Grace Photography Location: 110 W Washington St She has  recently just opened a business front on our Sigourney Square. Be sure to go and check her out! She does an amazing job at capturing just what you are wanting. B’Sweet Treat 🙂 Location: 123 E Marion St You have a sweet tooth be sure to go and check out B’ Sweet Treat, she has exactly what you are craving. Ice Cream,...

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Milestones Area Agency on Aging

Milestones Area Agency on Aging

  Senior Nutrition Program                             Senior Citizens Menu...

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Burning

Burning

Burning is allowed March 1st through May 15th and September 15th through November 30th. 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. No Sundays Leaves, small limbs and twigs only.

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Compost Hours

Compost Hours

The City Compost Site located at the end of East Washington Street is open for the spring and summer.  Reminder – the compost is to be used for yard waste only.

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Christmas Festival Events

Christmas Festival Events

Information coming soon about the 2018 Christmas Festival!!

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Trick or Treat!

Trick or Treat!

Information coming soon!! Happy Halloween!!  

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Water Billing Made Easy…

Water Billing Made Easy…

Are you interested in a hassle free way to pay your water bill? The City of Sigourney provides automatic withdrawal payments. This means the amount that you owe on your water bill can automatically be taken out of your bank account on the 15th of every month! If the 15th falls on a weekend, the amount gets taken out the following Monday.  If you would like to sign up for this service, you can...

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Recycling Information

Recycling Information

Due to a change in the location where recycling items are being taken, there are a few changes in the City of Sigourney’s recycling requirements. The following items are to be placed in separate containers, garbage or grocery bags are not accepted as a container: Newspapers: All inserts that come in the newspaper can stay in the newspaper. Plastic bags, grocery sacks and string must be...

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