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Budgets represent policy and plan implementation.
There is no better way to measure what an entity values by gauging where it spends its money. This is true for the City of Latrobe whose mission is summed up best on our Police Department patch “to Protect and to Serve”.
We serve the citizens of Latrobe by protecting their persons and property through the provision of excellent public services. To guide this mission the City adopted a Comprehensive Plan in 2010. To accomplish this
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Yes! Cartons are recyclable in your single stream curbside recycling bin!
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 24, 2013, BY LAW:
The PA Covered Devices Recycling Act of 2010 (CDRA) dictates that all electronic devices defined in the act be banned from landfill disposal and must be recycled. Consumers and small businesses (those with fewer than 50 employees) must have access to electronic scrap recycling programs at no cost to them.
Covered Devices- MUST BE RECYCLED:
Recycle more - it's easy! Head straight for the orange and black recycling cart provided by Latrobe - there is no need to presort items or place them in plastic bags (except shredded paper, which should be placed in a CLEAR plastic bag). Make sure the cart lid will close, and roll the cart to the curb on recycling day for convenient service. Recyclables are collected from roll-out recycling carts on regular trash collection days every week.
All residents and businesses are required by ordinance to subscribe to the City garbage collection service. All landlords owning property in the City must register their tenants names at 724-537-2601.
RULES GOVERNING RESIDENTIAL PICKUP