City Spring Cleanup A Thing Of The Past

Each spring people call and ask if the City will be doing a spring cleanup. The answer unfortunately is no. We haven’t done a spring cleanup for several years now. Why?  Because it costs the City money, labor, and wear and tear on equipment. Let’s just say it is one of those services we can…
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Grass And Leaves – Where Do They Go?

Don’t mow your grass clippings into the street. It is not the job of the City to pick up your grass clippings. When mowing, point the side discharge chute of your mower away from the street for at least three turns around the yard. If you absolutely have to, then go back and pick the…
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Curb Your Dogs.

The weather is nice now and many people are out walking with their dogs. Please make sure you pick up after them. The City requires all dogs to be licensed and on a leash. You can pick up a license at City Hall. The only requirement is proof of shots. When out walking, remember that…
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Spring Time And Sump Pumps

As of April 1, all residents are required to move your sump pump discharge to the outside. The City does not allow you to continue a discharge into the sanitary sewer system. There are two sewer systems in Morris. One is a sanitary system that takes household waste and wastewater to the sewer treatment ponds.…
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Welcome Home Charlie Company 151

The City of Morris welcomed home Charlie Company 151 Field Artillery on Saturday after their yearlong mission to Kuwait and Iraq. Thank you for all you have done to fight for our freedom. Although the main unit armory is in Morris and the detachment unit armory is in Ortonville, it was obvious on Saturday that…
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