No delay in garbage collection Monday for King’s Day; however, City Hall, libraries and museums will be closed | Local News

City trash cans and recycling routes will have normal collection on Monday. There will be no delays in collection during the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday week.

The bulk drop-off site at 1001 50th St. is closed on Mondays.

The Street Division concrete and brick/block drop-off site, 6415 35th Ave., will be closed Monday. The landing stage will have normal opening hours on Tuesdays from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Climate change is a global issue that has already had a significant impact on our planet. It is important for children to understand climate change and what they can do to help. Encourage your child to explore nature and the environment around them. This can be done by taking family nature walks or visiting science museums to learn more about the environment. Asking children questions about the world around them will encourage them to observe things and ask their own questions. Answer their questions about climate change and the environment honestly, but don’t scare them away. Tell them about how we’ve helped solve the problem so far, like how the hole in the ozone layer is closing. Lead by example and do your best to be environmentally friendly. A good place to start is to cut out the single-use plastic. Try to make sustainable activities fun for kids. You can make a compost bin or plant bee-friendly flowers in it. Making art from recyclable materials is another fun and sustainable activity kids would love

City Hall, 625 52nd St., will be closed Monday for the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. Municipal libraries and municipal museums will also be closed on Monday.

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