To facilitate and encourage residents of Crawfordsville to comply with the governor’s stay-at-home order and reduce the need to visit retail outlets during the public health emergency, the use of trash stickers is being suspended in Crawfordsville for a period of two weeks.
Crawfordsville Mayor Todd Barton signed an executive order Thursday to suspend the use of stickers beginning Monday.
Here is what the order means:
• Residents will not have to put stickers on their bags from April 13 through April 24.
• The use of sticker will resume April 27, unless this order is extended.
• While the use of trash stickers will be waived during this time, all other trash pickup rules will apply. This includes the number of bags, size and weight of the trash bags. Current rules on these issues will remain in effect.