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Clean-Up Day

Clean-up Day

CITY OF ARLINGTON CLEAN-UP DAY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2017

9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

SIBLEY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS

In partnership with Tri-County Solid Waste, the City of Arlington would like to promote a clean and healthy community by designating Wednesday, May 24, 2017 as ARLINGTON CLEAN-UP DAY. Property owners within city limits may bring items to the Sibley County Fairgrounds between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Be prepared to show proof you reside within the city limits of Arlington. 

ACCEPTABLE ITEMS (Tri-County)

(Vendors will be on hand to accept items for payment)

Tires — $2-20.00/ea. Appliances — $10.00/ea.

Computer Hard Drives — $5.00/each Mattresses/Box Spring — $10.00/ea.

Keyboards, Mouse and Cell Phones — $1.00/each Large Appliances — $TBD

Monitors, Printers, Stereos, VCRs, TVs 19” and smaller  — $5.00/each

TVs larger than 19” and larger units — $10.00/each

Complete Computer Set:  Tower, Monitor, Mouse & Keyboard — $10.00/set

Baleable Metal, Scrap Metal, Lawn Mowers and Steel — $FREE   

Kids Car Seats — $FREE

ACCEPTABLE ITEMS (City of Arlington residents only*)

(Dumpsters will be available at no charge.  Proof of residency required.)

*Items must originate from within City of Arlington limits

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS

Demolition debris (shingles, sheetrock, lumber, decking), hazardous waste (used motor oil, paints, liquids, chemicals), watch/flashlight batteries, motor oil filters, antifreeze, fluorescent light bulbs, cement or asphalt, petroleum products or containers which contained petroleum products.  Absolutely no household/kitchen garbage.

GRASS CLIPPINGS/SMALL BRUSH/COMPOST

Yard and garden wastes, leaves, lawn cuttings, weeds, shrub and tree waste and prunings are accepted at the COMPOST SITE ONLY at 670 Freedom Drive. Brush chipping is available for large quantities for a fee. Contact the City Office at (507) 964-2378.

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTIONS

Household hazardous waste will be collected on Thursday, May 4th, in the City of LeSueur and Thursday, September 21st, in the City of Klossner. On both collection dates, the sites will be open from 10:00 am– 4:00 pm. Any questions contact the Tri-County Solid Waste Office at (507) 934-7078.

 

Clean Up Day

A-E City Ordinances

The City of Arlington’s Ordinances are listed alphabetically by main topic addressed in the ordinance.  Click on the corresponding number below to view the specific ordinance:
Accessory Buildings,private swimming pools, pet limitations, vehicle park 165A  
Accessory Structures-Architectural Detail 276  
Accessory Structures (Amended) 262  
Accessory Structures (Zoning Ord Amendment) 222  
Accessory Structures (Moratorium) 213  
Accessory Structures Size 265  
Accessory Use 266  
Administrative Permits 277  
Adult Establishments 170  
Adult Establishments (Interim) 171  
Assessment Policy 214  
Assessment Policy (Amended) 226  
Assessment Policy (Amended II) 242  
Assessment Policy (Amended III- Methods of Assessment) 252  
Background Checks 244  
B-1 Service Business District Setbacks 251  
B-2 Central Business District (Residential Uses Within) 270  
Boundary Line Adjustments 282  
Building Code, Minnesota 166  
Building Code, Minnesota 174  
Building Code, Minnesota (Updated) 218  
Building Permit/ Delinquent Accounts 225  
Cable Franchise 162  
Catering and Alcoholic Beverage Sales 272  
Cell Towers/ Telecommunications Towers (Amended) 215  
Cell Towers/ Telecommunications Towers 196  
Cemetery Committee, Establishment and Rules of 205  
Cemetery Committee, Establishment and Rules of (Amended) 232  
Cemetery Rules of Operation 197  
Central Business District 297  
Charter Amendment, City of Arlington 230  
City Code 313  
Committee Member Pay 294  
Community Center Committee, Establishment and Rules of 290  
Complete Streets Policy 305  
Conditional Use Permits- Revocation, Expiration 284  
Council Meetings Amended (Postings/Compensation/Special Meetings) 217  
Council Meetings, Special 167  
Council Meetings, Special (Amended) 207  
Curfew 41  
Demolition and Disposal of Buildings 175  
Drone Aerial Vehicles 303  
Drug Clean-up 194  
Dumpsters 224  
 Emergency Operations Plan    

 

Community Center Rules & Rental Policy

Effective 12/16/2019

 
Introduction

Thank you for selecting the Arlington Community Center! The Arlington Community Center is operated and managed by the City of Arlington under the policies and guidelines established by the Arlington City Council. The Community Center also serves as the location of City Hall and is available for general community use.

The City Council recognizes the desirability of having the Community Center used as much as possible. This policy promotes the active use of the Community Center while establishing priorities for use of the facilities and outlining scheduling procedures and guidelines. It also sets reasonable rules and regulations for use of the facility. To clearly communicate this policy, we ask that you read this policy and abide by it.

 
Reservation Procedures

Please contact Amy Newsom at 507-720-8586 to tour and reserve the Arlington Community Center. 

Hours of Use

The Community Center is available for rent any day of the week, Monday through Sunday. The Community Center will open no earlier than 6:00 a.m. and will close no later than midnight. Following the event, one hour or up to 1:00 a.m., the renter will be allowed time to gather their personal items/equipment and clean-up. All participants and equipment must be out of the facility by 1:00 a.m. It will be at the discretion of the Community Center Coordinator, and availability of cleaning staff, if the Community Center will be available on holidays. If the Community Center Coordinator approves rental on a holiday, the normal rental rates will be charged.

General Policies

The renter is responsible for enforcing the policies of the Arlington Community Center.

The renter agrees to follow these policies:

  • Comply with all City Ordinances, Minnesota State Statutes, Federal Laws, and the established rules for use which apply to authorized use of the Community Center.
  • Supervise the conduct of the participants at their event.
  • This is a smoke free public facility. Damages such as cigarette burns or smoke damages will be charged to the renter.
  • Illegal Gambling is prohibited.
  • The renter shall assume full responsibility for any unlawful act committed in the exercise of the lease.
  • Use of Community Center dishes/silverware/cookware by any group needs to be approved by the Community Center Coordinator and paid for.
  • Disorderly conduct of participants is prohibited.
  • All persons and any equipment not owned by the City must leave the Community Center at the end of the contracted time. No items from the event are to be left overnight. The Community Center is not responsible for items that have been left here during setup the day before or left behind after the group has exited the facility.
  • Children must be under the direct supervision of an adult at all times.
  • The lease holder shall assume all responsibilities for noise levels of their participants and noise levels shall not disturb other groups.
  • All bands and audio equipment must stop play by midnight.
  • Leave facility and parking lot in a clean and orderly fashion.
  • Renters will be fully responsible for any damage to the facility or equipment.
  • Any damage to the facility or equipment must be reported as soon as possible to City staff.
  • Trash should be placed in designated containers.
  • One key is given per event. The key shall not be copied or duplicated and shall be returned within two business days.
Violation of Policies

The City reserves the right to end any event early if policies are violated. A violation of these policies may result in a withholding from your damage deposit and may also result in the denial of future use of the Community Center.

Alcohol Beverages/Food

Renter and/or their participants are not allowed to bring alcoholic beverages into the facility. The City will designate a holder of an on-sale intoxicating liquor license to serve liquor at the Community Center. The City does not authorize the serving of bottles for alcohol consumption. Liquor in bottles must be served in a glass. Alcoholic beverages shall not be consumed outside of the building. Consumption of intoxicating beverages must cease at the conclusion of the event or at Midnight, whichever comes first.

It is the responsibility of the renter to make all arrangements with the food provider of their choice. The relationship will be between the renter and the food provider, not the City of Arlington. The fully equipped licensed kitchen is available, for rent for use to all renters.

Fees are charged to the respective bar when alcohol is served at an event and to any caterer who utilizes the kitchen. Each vendor decides whether to pass along this fee to their client.

Catering Serving Fee   Bar Fees  
Number of guests served Catering Fee Number of guests Bar Fee
1-100 $1/Person 1-200 $100
101-200 $150 201-300 $200
201-400 $250 301-400 $300
401+ $350 401-500 $400
    500+ $500
Set-up

Renters have the option of setting up themselves, or contracting (for a fee) with the City for set-up (tables and chairs only, no dishes, linens or decorating). If the City does the set-up, the renter must provide a floor plan to the Community Center Coordinator 14 days prior to rental date. Renters are not allowed to pull-out or put away the partition walls; this is only to be done by City staff or the cleaning crew.

Decorating

The Community Center Coordinator and City Staff have the right to refuse certain decorations. Renters are encouraged to discuss all decorating plans with the Community Center Coordinator before decorating.

The renter agrees to follow the following guidelines when decorating:

  • There are permanent hooks over the 3 entrance doors, long windows, and top of the stage to hang lights, bows, tulle, etc. The City also has spring tension rods to use between the window frames.
  • The use of tape (includes 2-sided with plastic hooks), pins or tacks, 3M hooks, tacky glue, or any other decorating device on any painted or varnished surface is not allowed. (Includes walls; wood trim around stage/windows/doors/trophy cases in hallway or metal trim around doors/bathroom stalls)
  • The use of tape, pins, tacks, glue or any other adhesive type products are not a permitted use on any ceilings. The use of magnetic hooks to attach items to the ceiling tiles is acceptable. Any damage to the Ceiling tile from a renter hanging items from the ceiling will be the responsibility of the renter. In the event that the City was to purchase its own hanging material and/or devices; a renter will be able to hang items from the ceiling on city provided hangers/devices only.
  • Renters must use their own ladders or other devices to hang items from the ceiling. The City will not provide a ladder.
  • Clear Scotch Tape or Electrical Tape (no duct/masking/packaging tape) may be used on the windowpane (but not on the window frame), the vinyl baseboard and floor.
  • Tape (no duct/packaging tape) and/or tacks may be used on the black painted plywood stage floor only (not the varnished wood trim).
  • The City does not allow any type of sand/pebble/rock to be brought into the facility along with glitter, rice, birdseed, or confetti.
  • Water fountains are permitted with the understanding the renter must guarantee no leaks
  • Candles are permitted, but must be in a container/holder of sufficient size for the candle so wax does not drip onto the tables, linens, and/or floor.
  • All decorations must be removed from the facility by the conclusion of the event, unless other arrangements are made with the Community Center Coordinator prior to the event.
  • A violation of this section may result in a withholding from your damage deposit.
Clean-Up

The City’s cleaning staff will make sure the facility is cleaned following your event. No renter will be allowed to teardown tables or chairs following their event. This is to be done by the cleaning staff and is included in the rental fee. This fee cannot be waived. While the City’s cleaning staff does the cleaning, the renter is still responsible for the following:

Cleaning of Rented Rooms

  • Remove all decorations and personal items from the facility.
  • Place all garbage into the garbage cans.
  • All liquids should be poured down the drain and not placed in garbage cans.
  • Put all table linens into cloth bags provided (stored in kitchen).

Cleaning of Kitchen (If you rent the kitchen)

  • Empty all garbage containers into the outside dumpster.
  • Wipe off all countertops. (Dish cloths are available in the kitchen)
  • Completely drain the water from the dishwasher after use and turn the unit off.
  • Run the garbage disposal long enough to cycle through all waste. Do not put plastic straws, non-food items, or bones in the disposal.
  • Empty coffee maker & clean by running a full cycle on each side through without coffee grounds and completely drain.
  • Put all items back in their respective areas.
  • Do not remove towels from kitchen areas, hang over sink to dry.
  • Do not use dish towels for spills and cleaning purposes.
  • Do not remove any item that belongs to the City.
  • Bring your own containers to take leftovers and cake tops home.

Failure to following these cleaning guidelines may result in a withholding from your damage deposit.

Notice of Responsibility/Liability

The City of Arlington hopes that you and the participants at your event will all have an enjoyable and safe time at our facility.

This section is to notify you that the City of Arlington, the operator of the Community Center, is responsible only to maintain the building and its structural components and systems, such as plumbing, lighting and electricity, in a safe and operable condition. The City is not responsible for the conduct of persons participating in events held at the facility. It is your responsibility as the renter of the facility and the sponsor of the event to see to it that the participants use the facility in a safe and reasonable manner and obey all laws.

Likewise, the City is not responsible for the conduct of any persons or businesses hired by you to work at the event, including, but not limited to, the liquor servers (as provided under city contract), food caterers, decorators or entertainers hired to service the event. The renter shall take complete responsibility for the conduct of its group or others present during the rental period, and agree to compensate the City of Arlington for all damages to the facility, equipment, or other property owned by the City incurred during the rental period. Further more, the renter assumes all liability for any personal injuries, including death caused by participants at the scheduled event.

Any disputes or claims of liability involving such providers of services are matters strictly between you, the event participants, and the providers. You agree that neither you nor the participants at your event shall file any claim against or involve the City in any legal action regarding such matters.

Overnight Parking

Renters and guests are welcome to leave unoccupied vehicles overnight. Occupied vehicles ( ie. campers, RVs, and trailers) are not allowed to be parked in the parking lot overnight. Communication of intention to leave vehicles overnight will be between the renter and the Community Center Coordinator and the Police Department.