2013 Town of Owego Tire and Scrap Metal CleanupMay 14, 2013
WHO: Town of Owego Residential Households
(Includes the Village of Owego)
WHEN: Thursday May 16th 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Friday May 17th 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Saturday May 18th 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
WHERE: Owego Town Hall, 2354 State Route 434, Apalachin
(parking lot behind the building)
WHY: To minimize potential areas for mosquitoes to reproduce and
reduce health-related problems transmitted through insects and
vermin and to assist in beautifying the Town of Owego
Up to eight (8) tires per residential household will be accepted at no charge (up to 19”); up to an additional eight (8) tires will be accepted for a fee of $1 per tire.
Tires on rims will be taken at no charge & will not be included in the eight tire limit.
Any tires over 19” will count as two (2) tires (up to 4 tires).
Additional tires may be dropped off at $2 per tire (up to 4 tires).
Clean scrap metal will also be accepted at no charge.
Proof of Town of Owego residency is required.
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Hickories ParkFeb 12, 2013
Hickories Park will reopen for RV and Tent Camping on 4/15/2013. For information regarding seasonal camping at Hickories Park please contact the Parks Dept. at 607-687-1199 x321
The Town of Owego Parks department has adopted a Carry In – Carry Out Trash Program. Trash receptacles will no longer be available for use by the general public. Visitors to any Town of Owego park are asked to “carry out” any trash they “carry in”. This approach will help use reduce operating costs, improve the appearance of the parks, and help reduce pest related issues such as bees, skunks, and other animals. Please help in keeping your parks clean and safe!
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