Lincoln Park Neighborhood Association
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Welcome

Lincoln Park Neighborhood

Spotlight!

OUR NEXT MEETING

The Next LPNA Meeting Will Be January 18, 2018 6 P.M. at Goodenow Insurance,   719 N Grand Ave. Guest Speakers: * NPO Officer * Ward 5 Alderman Andre Proctor * Dawn Mobley will talk about the Enos        Park Summer Youth Programs Food and drinks will be available.

Upcoming Events

Items of Interest

YARD WASTE/LEAF PICKUP CONCLUDED The 2017 Yard Waste Pickup program has concluded and the next free city pickup will take place in the spring of 2018.  Outside of our free leaf pickup, yard waste must be placed in yard waste bags or in an enclosed can marked “yard waste” for collection services. The bags or containers must have a special sticker from your waste hauler’s company in order to be collected. Collection services are offered year-round for a fee of $2 per container with sticker and $2.50 without a sticker.   BRANCH DROP OFF FREE YEAR-ROUND Residents may take their branches to Evans Recycling located at 2100 J. David Jones Parkway, Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Saturdays 7:00 a.m. – 12- noon. Branches can be dropped off to Evans for free all year-round.   SNOW-MUCH INFO! The Office of Public Works “Snow and Ice Removal Procedures” along with their “Commonly Asked Questions” about their snow removal process is available on the city’s website: http://springfield.il.us/Departments/PublicW orks/snowRemoval.aspx.  It can also be accessed under the “Residents” tab directly.  A map will be available soon, allowing residents the ability to see the snow plowing progress during storms.   ELECTRONIC RECYCLING IS STILL AVAILABLE! The City of Springfield’s electronic recycling program is available to all City residents through December 31.  BLH Computers is the provider and you may take your electronic waste to their location at 1832 Adlai Stevenson Drive.  Regular recycling hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.  If you have questions about whether or not an item is accepted, you may contact BLH at 217.585.1580 or visit the City website, www.springfield.il.us/recycling.
Lincoln Park Neighborhood Association
© Clark’s Computer Consulting

Welcome

OUR NEXT MEETING

The Next LPNA Meeting Will Be January 18, 2018 6 P.M. at Goodenow Insurance,   719 N Grand Ave. Guest Speakers: * NPO Officer * Ward 5 Alderman Andre Proctor * Dawn Mobley will talk about the Enos Park Summer Youth Programs Food and drinks will be available.

Upcoming Events

Lincoln Park Neighborhood Spotlight!

Items of Interest

YARD WASTE/LEAF PICKUP CONCLUDED The 2017 Yard Waste Pickup program has concluded and the next free city pickup will take place in the spring of 2018.  Outside of our free leaf pickup, yard waste must be placed in yard waste bags or in an enclosed can marked “yard waste” for collection services. The bags or containers must have a special sticker from your waste hauler’s company in order to be collected. Collection services are offered year-round for a fee of $2 per container with sticker and $2.50 without a sticker.   BRANCH DROP OFF FREE YEAR-ROUND Residents may take their branches to Evans Recycling located at 2100 J. David Jones Parkway, Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Saturdays 7:00 a.m. – 12-noon. Branches can be dropped off to Evans for free all year-round.   SNOW-MUCH INFO! The Office of Public Works “Snow and Ice Removal Procedures” along with their “Commonly Asked Questions” about their snow removal process is available on the city’s website: http://springfield.il.us/Departments/PublicWorks/snowRemoval. aspx.  It can also be accessed under the “Residents” tab directly.  A map will be available soon, allowing residents the ability to see the snow plowing progress during storms.   ELECTRONIC RECYCLING IS STILL AVAILABLE! The City of Springfield’s electronic recycling program is available to all City residents through December 31.  BLH Computers is the provider and you may take your electronic waste to their location at 1832 Adlai Stevenson Drive.  Regular recycling hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.  If you have questions about whether or not an item is accepted, you may contact BLH at 217.585.1580 or visit the City website, www.springfield.il.us/recycling.