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    Solid Waste Department - Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule

    Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the Solid Waste Department has altered the schedule for the Curbside Recycling program, the Missouri River Valley Recycling Center, and the Vermillion Sanitary Landfill. Read on...
  2. COV - Offices Closed Logo

    City Offices Closed November 26 & 27 in Observation of Thanksgiving

    City offices will be closed on Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Regular business hours will resume on Monday, November 30.
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    No Paint Donations Accepted During Recycling Center Renovations

    The Missouri Valley Recycling Center is getting a well-deserved update. During this time, paint donations will not be accepted. We look forward to resuming the paint program upon completion of the project.
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    PUBLIC NOTICE: Odd-Even Parking Begins November 1

    Please be advised that beginning November 1, Odd-Even Parking will go into effect for the following areas: east/west streets between Dakota & Plum (Cedar & National) and north/south streets between Clark & Main (Harvard, Yale, University, Willow, & Pine). Read on...
  5. Vintage Photograph - S. Dakota Street in the winter

    PUBLIC NOTICE: Winter Weather Reminders

    The City of Vermillion takes a serious approach to the problems related to snow and ice removal. With a population of 10,000+ residents, approximately 50 miles of streets, and an average snowfall of 35", our crews are ready as soon as snow is forecasted. Read on...
  6. Council Approves First Reading of Ordinance 1423: Emerald Ash Borer

    Adopting the first reading of the Ordinance at this time allows the public with an opportunity to become familiar with measures to address the Emerald Ash Borer in the future and provide for a quicker implementation of these measures when needed. Read on...
  7. PUBLIC NOTICE: Sign Regulations

    The City of Vermillion would like to remind residents that signage in the City is regulated by city ordinance. The Code Enforcement Department is responsible for enforcing the sign regulations and will begin checking the City for violations on 10/5/20. Read on...
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