CLEANUP DAYS ARE ALMOST HERE
Moorhead spring checklist:
Snow melts (eventually?)
Ice cream shops open
River goes up, river goes down
Cleanup Days arrive
Yes, it’s almost time for Cleanup Days, that once-a-year opportunity to get rid of that old chair that nobody will sit it because of the uncomfortable broken spring or that painting of poker-playing dogs that you were sure your spouse would warm up to with just a little time.
Your Cleanup Day will be your garbage day, OPPOSITE your recycling week.
If you are on A Week Recycling (red), your Cleanup Day will be on your garbage day the week of May 1-5.
If you are on B Week Recycling (blue), your Cleanup Day will be on your garbage day the week of May 8-12.
Exception: Oakport neighborhood will be May 16, the same as recycling day.
If you would like to get a jump on spring cleanup, bring furniture, household goods, and excess garbage to the Resource Recovery Center (3322 15 Ave N) from April 24-May 12 from 8 am-4 pm, free of charge. (This also applies to apartments.) Fees will apply for demolition/construction materials; proof of Moorhead residency required (i.e. driver’s license).
For all the details – including a tool to find your Cleanup Day by entering your address – visit the Cleanup Days page at cityofmoorhead.com.
MOORHEAD GOLF COURSES OPEN THIS WEEK!
MOORHEAD – Golfers took advantage of driving ranges at both The Meadows and Village Green on Tuesday.
Village Green opened its course for play on Wednesday and The Meadows course Thursday.
Tee times will be available on a first-come-first-serve, walk-on only basis. No reservations will be taken at this time. Due to weather and course conditions, golf carts usage will be permitted on a day-by-day basis.
The Village Green and Meadows Golf Shops will be open 10 am-6 pm, weather-permitting.
Before your first round, purchase your season pass online. Visit moorheadgolf.com or call 218.299.7888 for more information on rates, golf lessons, tournament schedules, online booking and more.