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Pederson Sanitation will be doing garbage pickup on Wed. November 22nd.
City Election is Tuesday November 7th. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Voting takes place at the Badger Fire Station. Three council seats are on the ballot.
The County Wide burn ban that was put into effect in September has now been lifted.
Per Webster County Fire Chiefs and Webster County Emergency Management, a burn ban is in effect as of 9/12/2023 at 6:00 a.m. No open burning is allowed until further notice without a controlled burn permit signed by the fire chief.
Mosquito fogging will be done Wednesday, August 30th at approx. 8:00 p.m. Any special requests may call 515-546-6301 or 515-351-0931. Please keep alleys clear and trim low-hanging branches.
Water tower maintenance has been completed. Water testing has been completed. Badger residents are no longer being asked to conserve water. Thank you for your cooperation during the maintenance work.
Weather permitting, on Sunday, June 11th, a contractor for the City will be painting parking lines and crosswalks in the block between 1st Street SE and 2nd Street SE. Also in front of City Hall and the Library.
Please remember to conserve water all year but especially during the summer months. Water is our most precious resource. Check out our conservation tips for all the latest tips!
Please keep your dogs confined at home or on a leash when walking them for the safety of your animals and of others. Animals running loose are prohibited. Please see Chapter 55 of the Code of Ordinances.
Beginning June 5th and lasting for about 2 weeks, the water tower will be out of service for repainting of the interior. Badger residents are asked to conserve water as much as possible during this time as the water pressure will be affected. Please refrain from watering lawns, washing cars, filling pools etc. or any other excessive use. Water will still be treated and will be safe to drink. Thank you for your cooperation.