Saturday, October 31, 2020 – 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Seneca Gardens would like children, whose parents approve, to be able to trick or treat following these guidelines set forth by the CDC:
Going door to door collecting treats from different households is not advised during a pandemic. The CDC recommends “one way” trick or treating instead, which menas you put out individually wrapped bags of candy for people to take from an appropriate distance. For example, you could position bags of candy on your driveway or front lawn.
Beginning August 4, 2020 the city of Seneca Gardens will switch over waste
management from Rumpke to Ecotech Waste Logistics.
Aside from the collection day (TUESDAYS), the cost to Seneca Gardens, and new
containers very little will change. Please read the important notes below so that we will
be able to implement a smooth transition and address any questions you may have.
● Residents will receive a 96 gallon trash can. These do not have to be taken to
● Residents will receive a 64 gallon recycling can. These need to be taken to the
curb. Recycling will begin August 4th and thereafter be every other week.
● Yard waste can be put in bags or cans and must be taken to the curb. If using
your own can/cans, Ecotech will provide “yard waste” stickers or you may rent a
96 gallon yard waste can for $42.00 annually.
● Junk collection will also be on Tuesdays.
Ecotech Service 502-935-1130
Monday, July 27th Rumpke’s last pick up day. Rumpke will pick up their containers.
Week of July 27th – Ecotech will deliver new containers.
Tuesday, August 4th – Ecotech’s first collection day – trash, recycling, yard waste,
Any questions or concerns, please contact:
Mayor David Brown
We are excited to inform you about some improvements to our neighborhood! As you can see, sidewalk repairs are desperately needed in order for Seneca Garden’s sidewalks to comply with American Disability Act (ADA). The regulations state that sidewalks can have no more than a 1/4″ raise between sections. The first repairs were done to get a feel as to what the sidewalks would look like after the Precision Concrete patent shaving was completed. Repairs to the other sidewalks will be done over the next several weeks.
Several major cities within Jefferson County have adopted this application. It is by far the least expensive way to become ADA compliant and not incur the high cost of replacement each non-compliant section. Although it looks a little funny right now, weather will cause the shaved sections to blend in with the remaining concrete over the next several months.
Again, this chosen process was, by far, the most economical. If you having any questions or concerns please feel free to call or email me. (502-664-7275) or [email protected])
Thanks for your patience with this ongoing process to make our sidewalks safer!
All the best,
David L. Brown