WARSAW — Spring has sprung and Dana Hewitt, code enforcement inspector for Warsaw, wants to remind residents of the environmental nuisance ordinance. The ordinance targets tall grass and weeds inside city limits. Residents are expected to maintain their lawns, yards and property per the ordinance. The environmental public nuisance is … Read More
WARSAW — Residents once again came to the Warsaw Common Council to complain about the new trash pick up. The council heard from a small handful of residents Tuesday evening, July 5, who indicated issues, but who had not contacted the public works for a solution.Read More
WARSAW — Trash and recycling questions were once again brought before the Warsaw Common Council Monday evening, June 20. Annie Zartman and Anne Bonowitz presented the questions to the council. Zartman questioned i f apartment complexes of five or more units could get recycling bins, if recycling could … Read More
An adoption to amend the solid waste ordinance brought about criticism from landlords of apartments during the Monday, April 18, Warsaw Common Council meeting. Landlords present, including their attorney, claimed the ordinance caused some constitutional concerns of equal protection, there was no knowledge of the changes until recently … Read More
Winona Lake will be altering its trash pickup schedule for the week of May 25. Tuesday’s regular pickup will occur on Wednesday, May 27, and Thursday’s regular pickup will happen on Friday, May 29. Please adjust your refuse routine accordingly.
Please note that in observance of Independence Day, the City of Warsaw offices will be closed Thursday, July 4. Thursday’s trash pick-up will be on Friday, July 5. All other routes will remain the same. … Read More