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If the dead animal is in the street, call the Public Works Department at 507-825-3622. If the dead animal is on private property you can put it in your garbage for collection
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Sidewalks are required, by ordinance, to be cleaned of snow and ice within a reasonable amount of time. The reasonable length of time is considered to be twenty-four (24) hours after the ending of a snowfall. If this is not done, the City may have the sidewalk(s) cleaned and the property owner assessed for this service if no payment is not received within forty-five (45) days.
The County of Pipestone offers free disposal of large appliances and hazardous waste. Every Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Pipestone County Recycling Center located at 718 4th Street NW in Pipestone.
Tires can be taken to Midland Tire, where they are accepted for a fee which covers the cost of them being recycled.
You can find the scheduled pickup days for your area on the link below or contact either the Public Works Department at 507-825-3622 or City Hall at 507-825-3324 if you have further questions