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CNHA Coming Events

KCMO Leaf & Brush Pickup
20 bags or bundles
April 26
Spring Leaf & Brush Dumpster May 14
NW 44th Terrace
Spring Trash Dumpster June 18
NW 44th Terrace
Fall Leaf & Brush Dumpster Oct 15
NW 44th Terrace
Fall Leaf & Brush Dumpster Oct 29
NW 44th Terrace
Annual Picnic & Neighborhood Meeting September TBD


Mosquito Season Starts Soon

Residents sometimes ask why we need a mosquito control program. Without that, these little beasties would flourish bringing the potential for serious health risks as well as nuisance and discomfort! Mosquitoes are the principle carriers of Zika Fever, West Nile Virus, Encephalitis, Malaria, Yellow Fever and Dengue Virus. These and other mosquito-borne diseases cause more than a million deaths around the world each year.

You can help keep mosquito bite risk low in our neighborhood by eliminating areas in your yard where mosquitoes breed:

  • Dispose of unused pots, cans or containers that catch and hold water.
  • Drill holes in the bottom of recycling containers, plant trays and other outdoor items that can catch and hold water.
  • Keep your gutters clean and make sure they drain properly so water doesn't stand in them.
  • Turn kids' wading pools over when not in use and change water at least twice a week when in use.
  • Aerate ornamental pools, water gardens and fountains.
  • Maintain your swimming pool properly with chemical treatments, filtration and aeration.
  • Change water in bird baths at least twice a week.
  • Modify landscaping to eliminate any puddles or standing water on your property. Make sure garden areas have sufficient drainage and slope away from your house.

Hasty Mosquito Control will begin treatments when temperatures reach the critical point and will continue through the summer. These occur in the middle of the night to avoid any inconvenience to residents. If you have specific questions about the treatments or need additional services in your yard you can contact Larry Patterson directly at 816-454-8115.

KCMO Pet Regulations

Neighborhood residents with pets need to be aware that Kansas City has a number of regulations regarding pet ownership. Key points follow:

  • Dogs and cats must be immunized against rabies.
  • Dogs, cats and ferrets (yes, ferrets!) over 120 days old must be licensed with the city. More licensing details are available here.
  • Households are limited to a total of four dogs, cats and ferrets combined.
  • Barking dogs must be controlled to avoid neighborhood disturbances.
  • Dogs must be on a leash or confined within a fenced area whenever they are outdoors.
  • When walking your dog, clean up any deposits they may leave on public or private property.

Most of us enjoy our companion animals immensely, so it is important to give them wholesome food, clean water, and adequate attention. Proper supervision of our pets when out in public helps ensure that our friends and neighbors will enjoy and appreciate them as much as we do!

Recycling

As you know, Kansas City picks up recyclable materials other than glass on our regular trash collection day. If you don't have one of those lovely blue bins for your recyclables or need a new or additional bin, you can pick one up at Price Chopper or Westlake's Ace Hardware for a nominal fee. Pitch in!

Remember that yard waste cannot be disposed of in your regular trash. However, KCMO residents can use the free Leaves & Brush Drop-Off site at 11660 N. Main Street, Saturdays from 8AM to 5PM.

KC Yard Waste Disposal Change - UPDATED!!

Clay County has been placed under an Emerald Ash Borer Quarantine due to the presence of these pests in our area. Consequently, we are no longer able to drop off yard waste at the Deramus facility. A new drop-off site has been created for our use at 11660 N. Main Street (NE corner of NE Cookingham Drive and N. Main Street). Usage details follow:

  • Minimal fee drop off site
  • Open Monday through Saturday
  • Free for KCMO residents on Saturday
  • Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. March through January
  • Landscape mulch available for sale in multiple colors
  • Compost and topsoil available for sale
  • Plastic bags and tree stumps are prohibited
  • Site is closed seasonally mid-January through mid-March
  • Site is also closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 22-23 for Thanksgiving

Hazardous Waste Disposal

TIP: For year-round disposal of household hazardous waste, the City’s drop-off facility is open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Thursdays & Fridays) and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Saturdays) at the Environmental Campus @ 4707 Deramus. No appointments required.

Bulky Item Pickup

Kansas City residents can dispose of bulky items 6 times per year. Our neighborhood is in Zone 6, so pickup occurs in even months (Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct & Dec) on the 6th day or within 3 days thereafter. New rules require that you call in advance to request a pickup.



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