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Badger Road Drop-off Site Closing on March 25

Published Friday, 02/04/22 12:46pm - Expires Tuesday, 04/04/23 12:46pm - (149 Reads)
Streets Division Updates

Badger Road Drop-off Site Closing on March 25

· The Streets Division drop-off site at 1501 W. Badger Rd will close for business on March 25, 2022. The drop-off site will remain closed until at least the spring of 2023.
· In the spring of 2022, a construction project will demolish and rebuild the salt storage facilities at the Badger Rd site, which means the drop-off must close.
· Alternative drop-off site locations will be available while the Badger Rd site is under construction.
· The far west side drop-off site at 402 South Point Rd will open on Tuesday, March 29, 2022. South Point will accept trash, recycling, brush, yard waste, and other items that would typically be dropped off at Badger Rd.
· A temporary drop-off site at 121 E. Olin Avenue will open in April 2022. The site will be open evenings and weekends only.
· The east side drop-off site at 4602 Sycamore Avenue will not be affected by this change and will continue operating as normal.

Fee stickers and other customer services will remain available at 1501 W. Badger Rd.

More information about the Streets Division drop-off sites and the shuffling of sites can be found at http://www.cityofmadison.com/DropOffSites

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Warning from the City of Madison
Two neighborhood associations have contacted our office requesting that we alert others about a “spam” email that was received by a resident in their neighborhood. It is assumed that the scammer retrieved the name of the association president from the neighborhood association website and then directly sent it to a person living within the neighborhood. The scammer cut and pasted the neighborhood association president name into the email to make it look legitimate; however, the email address was not that of the president. The two neighborhood leaders wanted to make sure that you are of aware of it so you can act on it/inform others of this scam.

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