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11/10/2020

The City of Sturgeon Bay garbage and recycling will follow a normal schedule on Wednesday, November 11, 2020. Happy Veteran's Day to the men & women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.

Leaf Update: We nearly completed area 1 today and will begin in area 2 tomorrow. We plan on this being the last pass so ...
11/05/2020

Leaf Update: We nearly completed area 1 today and will begin in area 2 tomorrow. We plan on this being the last pass so get your leaves out to the curb if you would like for us to pick them up.

Much of the leaf removal process is weather dependent – if the leaves are wet or freeze, they take longer to vacuum, leaves may fall earlier one year than another. Our plan is to make at least two passes through the entire City, but if snow begins to cover the leaf piles we will stop the collection. This makes it very important to get your leaves raked to the collection area as soon as possible after they fall. If you decide to rake leaves to the curb after we have made a second pass you run the risk of them not being picked up.

Please rake leaves to the curb. Bagged leaves will not be collected. Brush and garden waste will NOT be collected by our crew as these materials can damage the leaf collection equipment. Brush and garden waste may be dropped off at our compost site on Division Road 7 days a week from dawn until dusk and is free of charge for City residents. The City WILL NOT pick up leaves that are blocked by a vehicle or leaf piles with animal waste mixed in them. If you are concerned with leaves blowing back into your yard or into the roadways you may place a tarp over your leaves once you have them raked to the curb.

Do not rake leaves into the street. This causes increased pollution into the storm water and causes flooding of streets by clogging storm sewers. It is also a dangerous attraction to children. We appreciate your cooperation.

11/04/2020

The City of Sturgeon Bay would like to thank all of our Election Workers who gave their all, for over 16+ hours, for the residents of Sturgeon Bay yesterday! Many residents also expressed their "thanks" to our Election Workers as they cast their ballot on November 3.

What a great community we have the pleasure of serving!

Leaf Update:  We should complete area 5 today and move back to the east side, we will begin in area 1. We plan on this b...
11/03/2020

Leaf Update: We should complete area 5 today and move back to the east side, we will begin in area 1. We plan on this being the last pass so get your leaves out to the curb if you would like for us to pick them up.

Much of the leaf removal process is weather dependent – if the leaves are wet or freeze, they take longer to vacuum, leaves may fall earlier one year than another. Our plan is to make at least two passes through the entire City, but if snow begins to cover the leaf piles we will stop the collection. This makes it very important to get your leaves raked to the collection area as soon as possible after they fall. If you decide to rake leaves to the curb after we have made a second pass you run the risk of them not being picked up.

Please rake leaves to the curb. Bagged leaves will not be collected. Brush and garden waste will NOT be collected by our crew as these materials can damage the leaf collection equipment. Brush and garden waste may be dropped off at our compost site on Division Road 7 days a week from dawn until dusk and is free of charge for City residents. The City WILL NOT pick up leaves that are blocked by a vehicle or leaf piles with animal waste mixed in them. If you are concerned with leaves blowing back into your yard or into the roadways you may place a tarp over your leaves once you have them raked to the curb.

Do not rake leaves into the street. This causes increased pollution into the storm water and causes flooding of streets by clogging storm sewers. It is also a dangerous attraction to children. We appreciate your cooperation.

Leaf Update:  We should complete area 4 today and move to the west side, we will begin in area 5. As long as the weather...
11/02/2020

Leaf Update: We should complete area 4 today and move to the west side, we will begin in area 5. As long as the weather cooperates we should be back to area 1 later this week.
Much of the leaf removal process is weather dependent – if the leaves are wet or freeze, they take longer to vacuum, leaves may fall earlier one year than another.

Our plan is to make at least two passes through the entire City, but if snow begins to cover the leaf piles we will stop the collection. This makes it very important to get your leaves raked to the collection area as soon as possible after they fall. If you decide to rake leaves to the curb after we have made a second pass you run the risk of them not being picked up.

Please rake leaves to the curb. Bagged leaves will not be collected. Brush and garden waste will NOT be collected by our crew as these materials can damage the leaf collection equipment. Brush and garden waste may be dropped off at our compost site on Division Road 7 days a week from dawn until dusk and is free of charge for City residents. The City WILL NOT pick up leaves that are blocked by a vehicle or leaf piles with animal waste mixed in them. If you are concerned with leaves blowing back into your yard or into the roadways you may place a tarp over your leaves once you have them raked to the curb.

Do not rake leaves into the street. This causes increased pollution into the storm water and causes flooding of streets by clogging storm sewers. It is also a dangerous attraction to children. We appreciate your cooperation.

We should complete area 3 today and move to the west side, we will begin in area 4. As long as the weather cooperates we...
10/29/2020

We should complete area 3 today and move to the west side, we will begin in area 4. As long as the weather cooperates we should be back to area 1 next week.

Much of the leaf removal process is weather dependent – if the leaves are wet or freeze, they take longer to vacuum, leaves may fall earlier one year than another. Our plan is to make at least two passes through the entire City, but if snow begins to cover the leaf piles we will stop the collection. This makes it very important to get your leaves raked to the collection area as soon as possible after they fall. If you decide to rake leaves to the curb after we have made a second pass you run the risk of them not being picked up.

Please rake leaves to the curb. Bagged leaves will not be collected. Brush and garden waste will NOT be collected by our crew as these materials can damage the leaf collection equipment. Brush and garden waste may be dropped off at our compost site on Division Road 7 days a week from dawn until dusk and is free of charge for City residents. The City WILL NOT pick up leaves that are blocked by a vehicle or leaf piles with animal waste mixed in them. If you are concerned with leaves blowing back into your yard or into the roadways you may place a tarp over your leaves once you have them raked to the curb.

Do not rake leaves into the street. This causes increased pollution into the storm water and causes flooding of streets by clogging storm sewers. It is also a dangerous attraction to children. We appreciate your cooperation.

POSITION OPENINGCITY OF STURGEON BAYAn Equal Opportunity EmployerFull Time Municipal Services Employee/MasonThe City of ...
10/28/2020
Welcome to Sturgeon Bay, WI

POSITION OPENING
CITY OF STURGEON BAY
An Equal Opportunity Employer

Full Time Municipal Services Employee/Mason

The City of Sturgeon Bay is seeking a Full Time Municipal Services employee/Mason. Responsibilities will include removing existing damaged concrete, prepare surface, set forms, pour and finish cement. Adjust, replace and/or repair man holes and their structures. Applicant must have the ability to operate tandem axle plow truck with plow and wing plow, operation heavy equipment such as loader, back hoe, and grader and operate light equipment such as trackless snow blower, side steer and tractors. Applicant must be familiar with array of hand and power tools required for both masonry work and other maintenance such as walk-behind masonry saw, hand-held masonry saw and table saw. Must possess a valid Wisconsin CDL. Starting wage of $23.47/hr with full benefits with a $1.25/hour increase when performing Mason work. Send application form (required and available at City Hall or www.sturgeonbaywi.org) to: City Clerk/Human Resources Director, Attn: Municipal Services Position, 421 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 or [email protected] by November 4, 2020.

Welcome to Sturgeon Bay, WI

With the few piles of leaves and the efficiency of our crews, we have completed area 2 and have started in area 3.  As m...
10/27/2020

With the few piles of leaves and the efficiency of our crews, we have completed area 2 and have started in area 3. As more piles of leaves are raked to the curb our progress will slow down.

Much of the leaf removal process is weather dependent – if the leaves are wet or freeze, they take longer to vacuum, leaves may fall earlier one year than another. Our plan is to make at least two passes through the entire City, but if snow begins to cover the leaf piles we will stop the collection. This makes it very important to get your leaves raked to the collection area as soon as possible after they fall.

Pleas rake leaves to the curb. Bagged leaves will not be collected. Brush and garden waste will NOT be collected by our crew as these materials can damage the leaf collection equipment. Brush and garden waste may be dropped off at our compost site on Division Road 7 days a week from dawn until dusk and is free of charge for City residents. The City WILL NOT pick up leaves that are blocked by a vehicle or leaf piles with animal waste mixed in them. If you are concerned with leaves blowing back into your yard or into the roadways you may place a tarp over your leaves once you have them raked to the curb.

Do not rake leaves into the street. This causes increased pollution into the storm water and causes flooding of streets by clogging storm sewers. It is also a dangerous attraction to children. We appreciate your cooperation.

10/26/2020

POSITION OPENING

CITY OF STURGEON BAY
Full Time Municipal Services Employee/Mason

CITY OF STURGEON BAY
An Equal Opportunity Employer

The City of Sturgeon Bay is seeking a Full Time Municipal Services employee/Mason. Responsibilities will include removing existing damaged concrete, prepare surface, set forms, pour and finish cement. Adjust, replace and/or repair man holes and their structures. Applicant must have the ability to operate tandem axle plow truck with plow and wing plow, operation heavy equipment such as loader, back hoe, and grader and operate light equipment such as trackless snow blower, side steer and tractors. Applicant must be familiar with array of hand and power tools required for both masonry work and other maintenance such as walk-behind masonry saw, hand-held masonry saw and table saw. Must possess a valid Wisconsin CDL. Starting wage of $23.47/hr with full benefits with a $1.25/hour increase when performing Mason work. Send application form (required and available at City Hall or www.sturgeonbaywi.org) to: City Clerk/Human Resources Director, Attn: Municipal Services Position, 421 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 or [email protected] by November 4, 2020.

10/26/2020

The City of Sturgeon Bay has an employment opportunity for a Part Time Municipal Services Secretary! Interested applicants should complete the employment application found on the City website at: https://www.sturgeonbaywi.org/.../employment... and return to the completed application and resume by October 30, 2020.

POSITION OPENING
CITY OF STURGEON BAY
PART-TIME MUNICIPAL SERVICES SECRETARY

Permanent, part-time position (approximately 25 hours per week). Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 2:00 pm. Some night and weekends may be required. Applicant should have high school diploma or equivalent with at least two years training and/or experience in general office procedures. Excellent written, verbal and oral communication skills required. Ability to work well with the general public. Computer experience in Microsoft Office, ability to type 35-40 words per minute and to operate general office machines necessary. Must have Wisconsin Driver’s license. Wage of $16.72 per hour. Application can be obtained at www.sturgeonbaywi.org or City Clerk’s Office, 421 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay. Completed application should be sent to: City of Sturgeon Bay, Attn: Human Resources, 421 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, 54235. Application being accepted until October 30, 2020.
CITY OF STURGEON BAY
An Equal Opportunity Employer

Notice:  Upcoming Closure of S Neenah Ave from E Maple Street to Highway 42/57Today (October 22nd) you will likely start...
10/22/2020

Notice: Upcoming Closure of S Neenah Ave from E Maple Street to Highway 42/57

Today (October 22nd) you will likely start to see some message boards around town that will be alerting everyone of an upcoming roadway closure on S Neenah Ave from E Maple Street to Highway 42/57. This closure is scheduled to begin on Wednesday October 28th and if things go well we hope to see the roadway reopened in late December. ATC will be blocking off the center of the roadway to create room to construct the conduits that will be needed to complete their new electric transmission line beneath the Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal. While doing this it will essentially turn the remaining portions of S Neenah Ave into one way “alleys” that are intended for use by only people who directly live within the closed areas of the roadway and essential services (emergency vehicles, garbage collection, snow plowing, etc.). The attached letter from ATC was recently mailed to the residents directly affected and gives a little bit more information regarding the closure and how people will be able to navigate through the area if required.

For your safety, and the safety of the crews working on these conduits, I strongly encourage all to take this roadway closure very seriously, and this will also be good practice for next spring when we start the asphalt replacement throughout this same area.

With the few piles of leaves and the efficiency of our crews, we have completed area 1 and have started in area 2.  As m...
10/22/2020

With the few piles of leaves and the efficiency of our crews, we have completed area 1 and have started in area 2. As more piles of leaves are raked to the curb our progress will slow down. I expect to be complete with this area on Monday or Tuesday.

Much of the leaf removal process is weather dependent – if the leaves are wet or freeze, they take longer to vacuum, leaves may fall earlier one year than another.

Pleas rake leaves to the curb. Bagged leaves will not be collected. Brush and garden waste will NOT be collected by our crew as these materials can damage the leaf collection equipment. Brush and garden waste may be dropped off at our compost site on Division Road 7 days a week from dawn until dusk and is free of charge for City residents. The City WILL NOT pick up leaves that are blocked by a vehicle or leaf piles with animal waste mixed in them. If you are concerned with leaves blowing back into your yard or into the roadways you may place a tarp over your leaves once you have them raked to the curb.

Do not rake leaves into the street. This causes increased pollution into the storm water and causes flooding of streets by clogging storm sewers. It is also a dangerous attraction to children. We appreciate your cooperation.

We will begin leaf pickup on Wednesday October 21st. We have done some testing of equipment today and we are ready to be...
10/19/2020

We will begin leaf pickup on Wednesday October 21st. We have done some testing of equipment today and we are ready to begin. We will be starting in area 1. After we complete that section we will continue in numerical order. I will make frequent updates and will try to post the day before moving on to the next area. This will be the best place to receive updates. We will attempt to make two passes through the City as long as the weather permits.

Much of the leaf removal process is weather dependent – if the leaves are wet or freeze, they take longer to vacuum, leaves may fall earlier one year than another. Also, when more leaves have been raked to the curb it takes longer for our crews to collect them.

Pleas rake leaves to the curb. Bagged leaves will not be collected. Brush and garden waste will NOT be collected by our crew as these materials can damage the leaf collection equipment. Brush and garden waste may be dropped off at our compost site on Division Road 7 days a week from dawn until dusk and is free of charge for City residents. The City WILL NOT pick up leaves that are blocked by a vehicle or leaf piles with animal waste mixed in them. If you are concerned with leaves blowing back into your yard or into the roadways you may place a tarp over your leaves once you have them raked to the curb.

Do not rake leaves into the street. This causes increased pollution into the storm water and causes flooding of streets by clogging storm sewers. It is also a dangerous attraction to children. We appreciate your cooperation.

10/16/2020
City of Sturgeon Bay's cover photo
10/16/2020

City of Sturgeon Bay's cover photo

10/15/2020

Section 00100

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID PROPOSALS

CITY OF STURGEON BAY


Notice is hereby given that the City of Sturgeon Bay will receive sealed bid proposals for Project 2005: City Hall – Reception Area Renovations at the office of the City Clerk: 421 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 until 9:00 AM on October 29, 2020 at which time the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. This project includes furnishing all products, materials, equipment, and labor necessary to complete interior renovations to the reception area of City Hall, along with interior renovations for the City Clerk, Accounts Payable, and Community Development office areas. This project can start any time after November 5, 2020 and is to be completed by March 26, 2021.

The Contract Documents (including plans and specifications) are on file and may be examined and obtained at City Hall: 421 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 or by contacting the City Engineer at (920) 746-2913. The City Engineer can also be contacted to schedule and individual pre-bid meeting at City Hall to review the affected areas as needed.

The City of Sturgeon Bay reserves the right to reject any or all bid proposals or accept the bid proposal most advantageous to the City. No bid proposal shall be withdrawn without the consent of the Common Council for a period of thirty (30) days after the scheduled time of closing bid proposals.

Bonding will not be required; however, no bid proposal will be received unless accompanied by an irrevocable letter of credit from a lending institution for an amount equal to the total cost of the project.

Prevailing wage rates are not required for this project.

Chad Shefchik
City Engineer

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421 Michigan St
Sturgeon Bay, WI
54235

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