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We hope you will find the information on our new website useful to help answer any questions you may have about the City of Gilby.


The park board will be holding a meeting on Monday, September 16 at 7 PM at the Gilby Church. Anyone interested in helping out with fundraising and/or park board ideas is welcome to attend! New ideas are always welcome! Hope to see you there! 

Countrywide recycling dates for the City of Gilby 2019:

Jan 28, Feb 25, Mar 25, Apr 22, May 28, Jun 24, Jul 22, Aug 26, Sept 23, Oct 28, Nov 25 and Dec 23.

Acceptable recyclable:

Plastics: #1-#7 ( numbers located inside recycle symbol) Food, beverage bottles, jugs, tubs  (NO PLASTIC BAGS)

Metal: Steel and Aluminium cans (empty only)

Glass: bottles and Jars (no broken glass)

Cartons: Juice and soup boxes, milk cartons

Paper: Newspapers, flyers, mail, magazines, paper

Cardboard: Pizza, cereal,tissue, laundry, egg, paper


Not accepted:

Plastics: bags, cellophane, plastic cutlery, ice cream tubs, yogurt containers, food trays, toys, laundry baskets, plastics without the recycling triangle

Food foam and beverage containers: Disposable coffee cups, hot and cold beverage cups, foam cups, foam food containers, foam egg cartons, foam meat trays, foam packaging materials (peanuts)

Aluminum foil products: Aluminum foil, foil pie plates, foil food containers, wax paper

Glass: Drinking glasses, ceramics, broken glass, mirrors, window glass, light bulbs

Garbage and food waste: ANY materials contaminated by food waste-un -rinsed soup cartons, very greasy pizza boxes, food soiled containers, meat bones, animal wastes

Miscellaneous: cookware, steel  pots and pans, scrap metal, hangers, batteries, electronics, automotive parts, plumbing parts, paint cans, propane tanks, aerosol cans, clothing and shoes, syringes or needles

Please note that the Grand Forks County Highway Department requests that landowners do not push snow into the right of way, which includes roadways, in-slopes, ditch bottoms, back-slopes and around mailboxes of any public roadway.

Just a reminder about our snow removal/street ordinance:

3.0215 It will be unlawful to park vehicles on city streets from October 1 to May 1 each year to allow removal of snow within the city limits. Vehicles parked on the streets may be impounded at the owner's expense. 

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