Due to the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 25 the City of Bainbridge would like to inform you that trash collection will be pushed back by a day next week. For example, if your normal collection day is Monday, it will be collected on Tuesday. For questions, please call Public Works at 229-248-2015.
Fill out the survey about Gas Pipeline Safety and return it to City Hall (downtown) or Public Works (1503 Pierce St) before April 24 for a chance to win a $25 Visa gift card!
According to Public Services Director, Steve Winburn, the city is restructuring city trash collection routes to better serve the citizens of Bainbridge. Two collection days, Wednesday and Thursday, have been added to the collection schedule and will REPLACE pick-up on Mondays and Tuesdays for some city residents.
NOT ALL RESIDENTS WILL BE AFFECTED!
City residents living within the area located south of Shotwell Street and north of College Street within the Bypass, will have their trash collected on WEDNESDAY of each week.
City residents living within the area located south of the Flint River and the Bypass, and west of Highway 27, will have their trash collected on WEDNESDAY of each week.
City residents living within the area located south of College Street within the bypass will have their trash collected on THURSDAY of each week.
City residents living off of Highway 84 East on Randolph Court, Pilgrim Way, Wildhack Road, or in “Campus Colony,” will have their trash collected on THURSDAY of each week.
Residents NOT affected by the restructuring are those who reside in areas located north of Shotwell Street, in the Lake Douglas area, in West Bainbridge, and north of the Flint River.
Changes to trash collection routes are expected to take effect the week of: APRIL 13TH
If you have a question regarding the changes, please call the Public Services Department at 229-248-2015.
Please click below to see the REVISED Schedules for Baseball, Softball, and T-ball:
It’s that time of year! Spring is here and that means it’s time for the Annual City of Bainbridge Easter Egg Hunt! Bring the kids to the Earle May Boat Basin on Saturday, April 4. There will be three age groups for children 10 and under. Each age group will have the opportunity to find one of three PRIZE EGGS! Also, every participating child will receive a ticket to win additional prizes! No pre-registration is necessary, just be there by 11 AM because that’s when the fun begins!