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Public Works Administration provides administrative support for Streets & Traffic and Water & Sewer. They also provide technical support for the roadway and utility infrastructure; manage the city's solid waste program; coordinate the spring and fall city clean-up events; manage telecommunication leases; and oversee the Division...
The idea behind composting is simple: place the right ingredients into your compost bin, keep it moist, and give it some air. When done properly, you will create rich compost for your lawn and garden beds that can add nutrients and hold moisture in your soil. Backyard composting can also save you money by reducing the number of compostable bags...
The Recycling Association of Minnesota (RAM) has partnered with the City of St. Louis Park to provide rain barrels, compost bins, and kitchen pails at a discounted price to the public. The 2014 sale is on now!
Steps to Ordering:
- You must pre-order online through the RAM website.
- Pick up your order at Tree Trust. You must pick up your order on Saturday, May 3 from 8 a.m. - Noon or Monday, May 5, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. These are the only dates available to get your order. If you cannot arrange for your order to be picked up during these times, please select another location on the RAM website.
Available Products (not including tax):
- Earth Machine compost bin - $55
- The Rain Catcher rain barrel - $69
- The Systern rain barrel - $69
- Kitchen Compost pails - $14, $25
Tree Trust Office
2231 Edgewood Ave S, St. Louis Park, MN 55426
Call RAM at (651) 641-4589 or visit the RAM website. RAM is also holding several other sales throughout the spring; if you miss out there are other opportunities around the metro. Check the RAM website for information about additional sale events.
The City of St. Louis Park will once again offer a residential brush drop-off program. This program was created in response to residential feedback and perceived need regarding the lack of options for disposing of brush/ branches larger than 4 inches in diameter, which is the current maximum size to be removed via curbside yard waste collection....