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Christmas Tree & Brush Pickup

The Mosinee Public Works Dept will pick up Christmas trees and brush the week of January 11, 2021 – weather permitting.

Please have your tree or brush placed near the curb or in the alley. Plastic bags, stands, wire, etc. must be removed from the trees.

Trees that have plastic bags, stands or wire on or are buried in snow will NOT be picked up.

If you have any questions please call the Mosinee Public Works Dept. at 715-693-3840 or email to:


The City will be holding 3 informational meetings. Residents are encouraged to participate and ask any questions you may have:

Thursday, December 17th 1:00pm – Virtual Only – Via Zoom Video/Audio Meeting Link: Join a Meeting Meeting Id: 263 437 4714 Passcode 225

Thursday, December 17th 6:30pm – Virtual Only – Via Zoom Video/Audio Meeting Link: Join a Meeting Meeting Id: 263 437 4714 Passcode 225

Monday, December 21st 6:30pm – In Person Only - Creske Community Center Auditorium, 1000 High Street (limited to 140 attendees) Attendees must wear masks. Please practice social distancing if you attend.

The City of Mosinee recently contracted with Harter’s Fox Valley Disposal to provide automated refuse and recycling collection starting January 6th, 2021. City residents will soon be receiving one 95-gallon refuse cart and one 95-gallon recycling cart per residential unit. These carts will be delivered during the week of December 28th and the carts will be placed in the location where they will be collected each week. We anticipate that your collection location will remain where you currently place your containers; with the exception that the collection site may need to be relocated if the garbage truck’s mechanical arm grip cannot empty the container into the truck due to low overhead trees or electrical wires. Residents will not be directly charged for the carts but are expected to take care of the containers so they last. Please contact City Hall if you have any issues with your new cart. All residential refuse and recycling will need to fit inside your 95-gallon cart with no overflow. If you have additional garbage you will need to contact Harter’s and pay an additional fee for refuse in excess of the 95-gallon cart. The City will post a video from our Zoom informational meetings on our Facebook and our City website. Residents will receive a packet of information which will be placed in/on your new carts when they are delivered. If you have any questions or need more information please call or email Bruce Jamroz, Clerk/Treasurer at: 715-693-2275 or

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Bicycle Safety

With the warmer weather motorist find they are sharing the roadway more often with bicyclist.

Bicycling continues to be a popular form of recreation and transportation. Our community promotes bicycling through the routes and trails provided in the area.

It is important that all of us look out for the safety of bicyclist in our community.

Bicyclists, please keep these tips in mind when riding:

• Always wear your bike helmet to reduce the risk of head injuries. Also consider wearing high-visibility clothing. • Go with the traffic flow. Ride as far right in the lane as is safe and in the same direction as other vehicles. • Obey all traffic laws. A bicycle is a vehicle and you’re a driver. • Stay alert at all times. Use your eyes and ears to detect traffic and road hazards. • Look before turning. When turning, always look behind you for traffic and signal before making your turn.

Motorist can help by watching out for bicyclists.

Be patient when passing a bicyclist.

Slow down and pass only when it is safe.

Do not squeeze the bicyclist off the road.

Allow clearance of at least three feet when passing a bicyclist.

Parents talk with your children about bicycle safety. Make sure they are following the rules. Check their bicycle to make sure it is safe.

Do not allow young children to ride on the street.

It is suggested that children younger than ten use the sidewalk to ride, but parents should determine when their child is ready to ride on the street.

Most of all, make sure they wear a bike helmet.

The Mosinee Police Department normally holds a bicycle rodeo in May or June to promote bicycle skills and safety with our young riders.

This year, due to the concerns with COVID-19, we have elected to not hold the rodeo.

We do have a limited number of small and medium size helmets available free of charge for area children, along with activity books and other materials that promote bicycle safety.

The helmets and materials are available Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM on a first come/first serve basis.

Have fun, stay safe, and enjoy the summer!

Downtown Parking Lot Open For Public Use

The City of Mosinee recently completed improvements to the new public parking lot located on the east side of the 400 Block of 4th Street between Square Park and TDS. The parking lot now provides sixteen parking spaces for easy off-street access to our downtown business district. The parking lot can be accessed from the public alley located off of 4th Street (north end) or Pine Street (south end).

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Monday, February 8th, 2021


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