TOWN OF SPRINGDALE ANNOUNCEMENTS
Dear Springdale Residents,
The town salt shed will be locked due to theft of salt by non-residents last year. Limited salt will be available to Springdale residents for residential uses in emergencies. Please call Town Patrolman Devin Dahlk, 437-3648, to arrange an appointment to obtain salt.
Information on the Affordable Care Act can be accessed by going to "Resources" on the left and clicking on "Other."
Information on Lead Poisoning can be accessed by going to "Resources" on the left and clicking on "Other."
ELECTRONIC RECYCLING AVAILABLE THROUGH BEST BUY AND AMERICAN TV STORES
Best Buy stores will take televisions for recycling at no charge. Just pull up to the front of the store and notify a staff member that you have a television for recyling. For more information, go to www.bestbuy.com and look under "Services."
American TV accepts not only old TVs, but all electronics for free, responsible recycling. You can either bring your old electronics to the customer service counter inside the front doors, take them to the back dock, or just park in front and tell them and they will be glad to come out and get the product for you.
American TV – West
2404 West Beltline Highway
Madison, WI 53713
American TV – East
5215 High Crossing Blvd.
Madison, WI 53718
For more information: www.americantv.com/pages/e-cycle.jsp
The Bookmobile will be visiting Mt. Vernon each Tuesday from May through December, 2013 from 3 to 3:45 pm at the Forest of Fame Park on the corner of Jackson Street and Washington Street.
For further information, call 608-266-9297 or visit www.dcls.info.
The Town of Springdale is located in southwestern Dane County, Wisconsin, southwest of the City of Madison, between the City of Verona and the Village of Mount Horeb.
Residing on the eastern edge of southwestern Wisconsin's driftless (unglaciated) area, Springdale's topography is varied with rolling hills and attractive valleys hosting natural springs that feed some of the finest trout streams in the State. The thirty-six square mile area of Springdale lies within the Upper Sugar River Watershed. The mixture of open fields and woodlands provides a habitat for deer, turkey, pheasant, and other game. The abundant natural resources and magnificent scenic vistas create a wonderful area for people to live and pursue a variety of activities.
Credits: Kristin Statz Mitchell for the logo and Don Hartman for the photographs