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The U.S. commercial aviation system, regional airlines included, is the safest mode of transportation in the world. Moreover, the safety record of regional airlines equals that of major airlines - including pilot training and the rest requirements, safety equipment and dispatching procedures.
Code Enforcement DivisionPh: (308) 233-3235
Kearney Police Department, Non-EmergencyPh: (308) 237-2104
• Rockets that are mounted on a stick or wire and project in the air when ignited, with or without report.• Wire sparklers, except that silver and gold sparklers are deemed to be consumer fireworks until January 1, 2014.• Nighttime parachutes.• Fireworks that are shot into the air and after coming to the ground cause automatic ignition due to sufficient temperature.• Firecrackers that contain more that fifty milligrams of explosive composition.• Fireworks that have been tested by the State Fire Marshal as a response to complaints and have been deemed to be unsafe.
For more information on consumer fireworks, please visit the Nebraska State Fire Marshal website. website
There are no residential requirements to get a library card.
Your library card allows you to check out materials, use the computers, access the internet, reserve a study room, reserve a meeting room, request & reserve Library materials, use the Bookmobile, and use our interlibrary loan service!
Items may be renewed by calling the Library or by renewing online or through our mobile device app, KPL to Go.
Fines must be under $5.00 to checkout materials or use the computers.
The Library does send overdue notices via standard mail and pre-overdue and overdue notices via e-mail to patrons. These are courtesy notices and patrons are responsible for knowing when their materials are due.
Patrons who have $25 or more in fees on their Library account may be turned over to a collection agency for further action.
We accept cash, check, credit or debit cards for payment.
Patrons age 16 and older must present their library card or a photo ID to check out materials or get their library card number to access the computers.
Borrowers are also responsible for keeping their contact information with the Library current. If a patron loses or misplaces their library card, the Library should be notified as soon as possible.
Borrowers should respect the rights of other borrowers to use and enjoy the Library.
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Mandated by Congress under the Clean Water Act, the NPDES stormwater Program is a comprehensive two-phased national program for addressing the non-agricultural sources of stormwater discharges which adversely affect the quality of our nation's waters. The program uses the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitting mechanism to require the implementation of controls designed to prevent harmful pollutants from being washed by stormwater runoff into local water bodies.
Stormwater is collected from our streets and then flows into a separated system. This system goes untreated and flows into local waterways, carrying all collected pollution with it.
The City of Kearney does offer drop-off sites for residential recyclables including rechargeable batteries and cell phones at the Public Works Building drop-off site at 1919 15th Avenue or at the Recycling Center at 3007 East 39th Street. If residents want to recycle their used electronic devices they should ask the retailer selling the new product. Some retailers offer recycling of electronics for a fee.
Section 5-211 of the Kearney City Code Collection Regulations: Use of Assigned Property. “It shall be unlawful for any person to place, or permit another to place, any garbage or trash in any receptacle, at any refuse collection point or in any garbage container used in the city container collection service, unless the garbage, trash, or refuse is from the premises served by the container or from the premises at which the container or collection point is located.”
Extra trash should be carefully transported to the Landfill and disposed of there for the appropriate fee.
Residents who observe unlawful use of the refuse collection containers should call the Police Department at 233-5250 with the description of the person using the refuse container unlawfully and that person’s vehicle description.
New Year’s DayMartin Luther King DayPresidents’ DayMemorial DayIndependence DayLabor DayVeterans’ DayThanksgiving, both Thursday and FridayChristmas Day
Please notice that the City does not take off for Columbus Day OR Arbor Day and the Sanitation/Refuse collection schedule is not changed for these holidays.
Weather permitting means that if it is unusually cold or if the City receives a late snow in March or April, yard waste collection may begin later than the first week of April. OR if the City receives an early snow in October or early November yard waste collection may end sooner than the week before Thanksgiving. WATCH FOR NEWS RELEASES announcing the beginning and end dates for yard waste collection.
Container storage: Residents are encouraged to store their yard waste container over the winter months in order to save the Sanitation Division the time consuming task of hauling the containers in to the storage yard.
Yard waste billing: The City does not charge the monthly bill for yard waste collection over the winter months of November, December, January, February or March.