Kingman City Council will vote on an amendment to municipal utilities regulations for sanitation user rates and fees that would see an increase to those rates for both residential and commercial customers at its meeting set for 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 20 in council chambers, 310 N. Fourth St.
With the absence of city recycling and other services, Kingman’s Clean City Commission is looking to ramp up its community outreach and education efforts to better inform residents about how they can reduce waste and have less of an impact on landfills.
Communities and businesses along and near the Mother Road wanted in on the action that is Route 66 Bike Week – five days of activities, games, discounts, scenic biking and more set for April 21-25 along the historic highway from Needles, California to Seligman.
Outdated and unused computers, DVD players, telephones and more clutter homes as people are unsure of how to properly dispose of their unneeded technology while protecting sensitive information.
The pros and cons of billboards – sales tax revenue for the city versus quality of life and aesthetics – was the topic of discussion at the Tuesday, April 6 Kingman City Council meeting.
The planting of the Children’s Garden at Dig It Kingman Community Gardens was canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but will resume this year on Friday, April 9.
Kingman City Council will address considerations related to the White Cliffs Trail as well as wastewater user rates and charges, and hold two public hearings, at its meeting scheduled for 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 6 in council chambers, 310 N. 4th St.