The Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Division will be closing North Maple Street, from Wallace to Conneaut, on Monday, November 30 from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. The closure is required in order to repair the sanitary sewer line. This timeline is dependent upon progress of work and weather.
The City of Bowling Green offices will be closed on Thursday, November 26th & Friday, November 27th in observation of Thanksgiving. As a result, the following route will be followed for all refuse and recycling collection: Regular Monday collection will be collected on Monday Regular Tuesday collection will be collected on Tuesday Regular Wednesday collection … Continue reading Refuse & Recycling Collection Changes Week of Nov. 23
In observance of the Veterans Day holiday, all non-24 hour City facilities will be closed on Wednesday, November 11. As a result, the following collection schedule will occur for refuse and recycling next week: Monday’s route will be collected on Monday. Tuesday’s route will be collected on Tuesday. Wednesday’s route will be collected on Thursday. … Continue reading Veterans Day Holiday – Refuse/Recycling Schedule
The Traffic Commission is considering the need for installing a 4-way stop at Thurstin Street and Merry Avenue as well as South Maple Street and Pearl Street. Below are the traffic study’s for each area.
The City of Bowling Green will begin collecting leaves during the week of November 9. Leaf collection is available for addresses that are eligible for refuse/recycling collection and is not connected to the regular refuse/recycling collection schedule. A map will be posted to the City’s website allowing residents to follow crews as they move through … Continue reading Leaf Collection Begins November 9th
The Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Division will be closing South Prospect Street, from Lehman to Palmer, on Monday, October 26 from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. The closure is required in order to replace a sewer lateral. This timeline is dependent upon progress of work and weather.
Since the fall of 2019, there has been no fee to park within city-owned parking lots or at on-street meters. Since that time, the temporary removal of parking fees has been implemented on a permanent basis with the removal of parking meters within parking lots and most on-street locations. Residents and visitors are reminded that … Continue reading Parking Regulation Reminders
Here are some suggestions from the Wood County Health Department for enjoying a safe Halloween: TRICK-OR-TREATING Families should approach trick-or-treat differently this year in order to reduce their risk of exposure to COVID-19. Avoid having children select their own treats from a bowl or common container. Limit the number of houses you visit and ask … Continue reading Health Department Offers Tips for Halloween
The Human Relations Commission invites you to join in our Community Reads: So You Want To Talk About Race, By Ijeoma Oluo. This is an opportunity for all members of the BG Community to engage in compelling literature that invites empathetic learning and meaningful, constructive dialogue about racism and how to deal with racial injustices … Continue reading Human Relations Commission – Community Reads Program
Need a ride to the polls? Consider using the B.G. Transit, Bowling Green’s public transportation system. The B.G. Transit’s service area is the corporation limits of Bowling Green and up to one mile outside the city. The B.G. Transit is fully accessible to persons with disabilities, and open to all for use. At this time, … Continue reading B. G. Transit Provides Free Transport Option to Polls