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City-wide Cleanup Day is September 25th
Residents of Porter can leave unwanted items on the curb the
eveing of Monday, September 24 for pickup the morning of
Leave the following items on the boulevard inthe evening of
General household items, clothes, shoes, furniture,toys, garden
hose, sinks, toilets, small power tools,empty paint cans,
Mattresses & Box Springs: $15.00 Disposal Fee(Must be paid in
advance of Clean-up Day)
If you have metal items, please pile separately.
NOT ACCEPTED:household appliances (refrigerators,
humidifiers,stoves, washers, dryers, furnaces, water
heaters),tires, batteries, used oil, household garbage,trees,
leaves and grass.
Garbage will be hauled by Olson Sanitation.
Trees, leaves and grass can be broughtto the compost site west
Porter Community Hall Shadow Boxes Complete
New shadow boxes have been built in the Porter Community Hall
and will be used to display memorabilia from Porter's past. If you
have any items you wish to donate to the city to have displayed,
please contact any city council member. Original or high-quality
copies of newspaper articles will be accepted.
Porter Community Hall Information
Check out the new area of our website with information about the
Porter Community Hall.
Porter Event Photos
Do you have photos of Harvest
Festival, the Porter Auction or other events? Email them to
caption descriptions and they will get posted to the Porter
Keeping The Community Informed Has Never Been Easier
Now it is even easier to pass the
word about events in Porter and the surrounding area. Simply
fill out the information form at the bottom of the all new
Community Events and Calendar
Page and submit your event. Your submission will be validated
and posted to the calendar promptly!
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