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Christmas Tree Composting Residents participating in the city-wide solid waste …

Christmas Tree Composting
 Residents participating in the city-wide solid waste ... 1

2020-12-30 20:41:00

Christmas Tree Composting

Residents participating in the city-wide solid waste program with Republic Services can dispose of Christmas trees free of charge on their usual compost day during the week of January 4 or January 18. Trees need to be placed next to the compost bin and must be cut in half (each piece no more than 4 feet in length) and tied together with rope or twine. Trees can also be collected as a bulk item.

If you have any questions, contact Republic Customer Service 303.286.5400 (Monday-Friday 8 AM – 5 PM) or visit LouisvilleCO.gov/Republic and complete the website contact form.

The City’s branch recycle site (open the first full weekend of every month including January 2-3, 2021) will also take Christmas trees from Louisville residents (proof of residency required). For details and directions, visit LouisvilleCO.gov/LeafandBranch or call City Forester Chris Lichty on 303.335.4733.


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Last chance to submit your health/fitness receipts to win a $100 gift card! Did…

Last chance to submit your health/fitness receipts to win a $100 gift card!

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2021-01-15 18:33:10

Last chance to submit your health/fitness receipts to win a $100 gift card!

Did you spend money at any of Louisville’s health and fitness businesses between Jan 1 and today (January 15)? Email your receipt to Coordinator@LouisvilleChamber.com to enter into the first of our five prize draws in the Keep It Local, Louisville Prize Draw.

Each receipt counts as one entry and you can enter as many times as you like by midnight tonight (Friday, January 15). The prize is a $100 gift card to a Louisville business of your choice and every entry also goes into the grand prize draw for a $500 gift card after March 1. The first winner will be announced on Tuesday (January 19).

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Did you spend money at any of Louisville’s health and fitness businesses between…

Did you spend money at any of Louisville's health and fitness businesses between... 3

2021-01-15 16:24:04

Did you spend money at any of Louisville’s health and fitness businesses between Jan 1 and today (January 15)? Email your receipt to Coordinator@LouisvilleChamber.com to enter into the first of our five prize draws in the Keep It Local, Louisville Prize Draw.

Each receipt counts as one entry and you can enter as many times as you like by midnight tonight (Friday, January 15). The prize is a $100 gift card to a Louisville business of your choice and every entry also goes into the grand prize draw for a $500 gift card after March 1. The first winner will be announced on Tuesday (January 19).

Don’t worry if you’re not eligible for this round – there are more to go! All you have to do is… More


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Free, mobile COVID-19 testing sites next week for students and staff: January …

Free, mobile COVID-19 testing sites next week for students and staff: 
 January ... 4

2021-01-15 12:56:07

Free, mobile COVID-19 testing sites next week for students and staff:
January 19: Whittier Elementary
January 20: Emerald Elementary and Bear Creek Elementary
January 21: University Hill Elementary and Coal Creek Elementary
January 22: Monarch High School and Crest View Elementary

Note: Testing is not required.

You must register before going to a mobile site by visiting: http://bvsd.org/covidtesting

Once registered, student and staff can go to any of the mobile testing sites at any time. You do not need a specific appointment time. No appointment time is ever needed once you register.

For more information, answers to frequently asked questions, and to register, visit: http://bvsd.org/covidtesting

#BackTogetherBVSD #StayTogetherBVSD


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