City of Quincy

Quincy Garbage Pickup on Streets Only Until Further Notice
Monday will mark three weeks since the massive storm ripped through the Quincy area bringing down thousands of trees with it. The nearly 80 mile per hour winds caused all kinds of problems including loss of electricity, damage to homes and property plus remaining tree damage.  With all that, the cit…
Quincy’s Bayview Bridge Lighting Set For August 22
Lighting the Bayview Bridge has been talked about for decades, and it looks like it will happen this summer as part of the City of Quincy’s 175th Anniversary celebration. August 22 is the target date for the City of Quincy to light the Bayview Bridge from dusk to dawn.
It’s 2015, Underground Power Lines Need to Happen
Last Friday I had the opportunity to listen to Adams County Emergency Services Director John Simon as he spoke to the Quincy Exchange Club. During his comments he mentioned that some 21,800 power connections needed replacement as a result of the huge front-line wind storm that ripped through the are…
Cleanup News Conference Calls for Weekend Volunteers [Listen]
The storm recovery project is continuing in the City of Quincy. This upcoming weekend will be filled with the sounds of chainsaws as people try to clear their property of fallen tree limbs. There are plenty of elderly and disabled people who will not be able to do any cleanup. Therefore, there is  a…
Household Waste Collection Sites in Quincy Changed
The City of Quincy has made arrangements for four household waste collection sites around the city for private citizens of the city to use during this storm damage crisis through Friday, July 17. This will allow Quincy citizens to dispose of house waste and food waste only, absolutely NO YARD W…
Storm Recovery Information You Need to Know
Recovery information continues to pour in today as the City of Quincy and surrounding area cleans up from the massive storm that struck the area Monday. In no particular order, here are some items you need to know in your own particular recovery effort.

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