KEARNEY, MISSOURI

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the gathering restrictions set forth in the Clay County recovery plan at Clayhealth.com/recovery , the Kearney board of aldermen have made the difficult decision to cancel all Kearney Amphitheater events for the 2020 season. This includes the July 3rd fireworks celebration. We look forward to being able to entertain you in the summer of 2021

CCPHC PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY ORDER - Released July 1, 2020 by Gary E. Zaborac, Director of Public Health for the Clay County Public Health Center and Health Officer for the County of Clay. Although Clay County remains in Phase 2, Step 2 of recovery, the Public Health Emergency Order was amended. Includes the allowance of 100% occupancy, if masks are worn by all and physical distancing is maintained. Set to begin 12:01 A.M., July 5th, 2020 and set to expire on 12:01 A.M., Monday, July 20, 2020, unless and until it is extended, rescinded, superseded, or amended in writing.

The Clay County COVID-19 Recovery Plan amended July 1, 2020
The Clay County COVID-19 Recovery Plan amended June 15, 2020
The Clay County COVID-19 Recovery Plan amended May 31, 2020
COVID-19 Corona Virus Info and Press Releases - Clay County Health Department
Sign Up for Clay County Health Emergency Alerts

DURING CLAY COUNTY STAY AT HOME ORDER
The Recycling and Compost Center will be open; however,
ELECTRONICS AND MATTRESSES COLLECTION WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

Republic Trash Service advises for driver safety, all trash must be placed within the trash container and the lid must be closed.
Additional trash left on the side will NOT be picked up.
We appreciate everyone's cooperation during these unprecedented times.

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Recycling Tips

Recycling in Kearney

Click here for a Recyclables List

Recycling for Businesses
Business can also contract directly with Allied Waste for recycling services as part of the City's contract. For more info, call Republic Services at 816.254.1470.

Drop-Off Recycling Center
The curbside recycling program is supplemented with a drop-off recycling program. Residents can dispose of their recyclables at the City's Recycling Center. Click here for more information.

The same materials that can be recycled curbside can be disposed of at the drop-off Center.

Residential Single Stream Recycling
Your recycling is collected in a combined or mixed fashion. Paper and containers are collected together.

Since there is no need to separate, recycle materials can be placed into your bin without regard to paper or containers. You no longer need to segregate paper in your bin. Add materials to your bin as generated.

What can I recycle?

The 65-gallon cart should be placed at the curb for pick-up the same day as trash collection. If you do not already have a cart, one can be delivered by calling Republic Services at 816.254.1470.

Helpful Recycling Hints

  • Flatten plastic, tin and aluminum containers if you need more room in the bin.
  • Rinse all containers. It's okay to leave paper labels on plastic bottles and cans.
  • Recycle only rinsed plastic bottles and jugs with necks and a #1 or #2 label on the bottom.
  • Remove lids and rings from bottles.
  • Make sure all materials, including magazines, catalogues, ad inserts, phone books and brochures, and all items accepted curbside, are placed inside the bin and it is at the curb by 7:00 am on your collection day.





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