Posted on: March 22, 2017

Public input opportunities scheduled for Unified Development Ordinance

Unified Development Ordinance

Stakeholder meetings are scheduled for later this month as the City of Manhattan begins the process of writing a unified development ordinance (UDO). A UDO is a set of regulations that combines zoning and subdivision rules and other applicable development...

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Unified Development Ordinance
Posted on: March 23, 2017

Spring Cleanup scheduled for April 3-7

Spring Cleanup

The City of Manhattan's annual Spring Cleanup is scheduled for April 3 to 7. City crews will collect yard debris and tree limbs for free during this week, and participating trash providers will collect additional trash and debris.

"With the nice ...

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Spring Cleanup 2017
Posted on: February 28, 2017

Community Survey being distributed to 2,500 mailboxes

2017 Community Survey

Approximately 2,500 Manhattan residents will be receiving the City of Manhattan's 2017 Community Survey in their mailboxes next week. The survey was mailed today to a random sample of Manhattan addresses.

Residents will be asked to weigh in on the level of...

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Posted on: March 2, 2017

Street Tree Planting Program accepting applications

Street Tree Planting Program

Request a tree to be planted at your home or business by the Manhattan Parks and Recreation Forestry Department. Requests begin March 1 and are reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis, with first priority given to lots and areas with no trees. The tre...

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Request a tree
Posted on: February 28, 2017

Spring Cleanup scheduled for April 3-7

Spring Cleanup

Spring Cleanup is an annual effort of the City of Manhattan and local refuse contractors to allow residents to clean up their properties with free haul away for most items. In 2017, it is scheduled for April 3 to 7.

What will the city pick up?

The city will...

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Spring Cleanup