The snow emergency for the City of Bowling Green has been cancelled as of 4:30 pm on January 18, 2020.
A snow emergency for the City of Bowling Green has been declared effective 9:00 am on Saturday, January 18, 2020. Vehicles must be moved off designated snow streets and from cul-de-sacs within two (2) hours of this emergency declaration (by 11:00 am). Vehicles not removed are subject to being towed and/or issued a citation.
City crews are watching this evening’s storm closely and preparing equipment for the first big snow of the season. Now’s a great time for City residents to remind themselves if they live on a snow street. Snow streets are marked with blue and white signs. A full list can also be found HERE. Even those … Continue reading Residents Urged to Remove Vehicles from Streets Overnight
In observance of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, all non-24 hour City facilities will be closed on Monday, January 20. As a result, refuse and recycling collection will be delayed by one day: Monday’s route will be collected on Tuesday. Tuesday’s route will be collected on Wednesday. Wednesday’s route will be collected on … Continue reading Refuse & Recycling Delay-Week of Jan. 20th
City Crews to Place new Recycling Container Labels As a result of the City’s newly expanded recycling program, City crews will be placing new labels on the recycling container lids. This work will take place at the curb on regular recycling/refuse collection days. Label placement is weather dependent and will be ongoing as crews work … Continue reading City Crews to Place new Recycling Container Labels
On Friday, January 17 at 1:30 pm, a tribute to Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will be held at the Wood County District Public Library, 251 N. Main St. The tribute is sponsored by the City of Bowling Green Human Relations Commission and will feature keynote speaker Dr. Jolie Sheffer, Bowling Green State University. … Continue reading Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute
As I begin my term as your mayor, I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you to this community. Thank you for the support and confidence to elect me as your mayor. 2020 brings with it new and exciting times for the City of Bowling Green. We will capitalize on the new gas … Continue reading A Message from Mayor Aspacher
The City’s curbside recycling program has been expanded to include more recyclable material! Dedicated City crews will still pick up your recyclables, with City trucks, on a weekly basis and recyclables will still be collected mixed in your blue recycling container. Recyclables should be placed loose, NOT bagged, in your recycling container. What’s changing? Recyclables … Continue reading City of Bowling Green Expands Recycling Service
For locations served by city refuse & recycling collection, CHRISTMAS TREES will be collected through a special one week collection in January. This year’s collection will begin on Monday, January 6th. Collection is not connected to your regular refuse/recycling schedule. Please follow the guidelines below: Trees should be placed curbside by 7:00 AM the Monday … Continue reading Christmas Tree Recycling
Thank you for the honor of serving as your Mayor for the past eight years. It is a bittersweet time for me and my family. On one hand, I welcome the opportunity to return to private life but conversely I will miss my daily interactions with the City’s outstanding and dedicated staff headed by Municipal … Continue reading A Farewell Message from Mayor Edwards