Do you recycle? The Environmental Advisory Board wants Sioux City residents to think twice before throwing something away. If it's cardboard, plastic, paper, or metal it can be recycled. Just put it in your recycle bin at the curb for pick up. Don't have a recycling container? Call 279-0169 to request one to be delivered right to your door. Let's save landfill space and use less energy by recycling!
Fill Your Bookshelves
Don't miss the 2019 Book Lovers' Book Sale beginning tonight in the lower level of the former Younkers store in the Southern Hills Mall ! Find 40,000 volumes of books and recordings for all ages. Purchase hardcover books for $3, paperbacks for $2 and children's picture books for $1. Special offers and price reductions will be available throughout the week, ending May 4.
Unused Rx
A pproximately 60,000 emergency department visits each year result from children under age 6 finding and swallowing medication.

Do you have unused prescription medications in your home? Bring your expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs to one of the drop-off sites in Sioux City on Saturday. Can't make it? Sioux City Police Headquarters at 601 Douglas Street will accept them any time during the year.
Sioux City Historic Preservation Commission will host the 14th annual Historic Preservation Week May 4-May 11. Events are planned for the entire w eek for people of all ages and interests. Various activities include the 11th Annual Barstool Open on Historic 4th Street and Pearl Streets, a walking tour highlighting Hunt School and the surrounding neighborhood, a walking tour of Morningside College honoring its 125th anniversary, and several National Train Day festivities. The Treasure of Sioux City Award will be presented to Arch Icon Development for their work to repurpose both the Central Annex and Everett School to multi-family housing units while keeping the buildings’ historic integrity.
Have Some Fun
Looking for ways to stay active, enjoy the outdoors and spend time with friends and family? Check out the 2019 Parks & Recreation Fun & Action Guide for ideas on how to do just that!

What are you waiting for? Get out and enjoy all that Sioux City has to offer!
Good News to Share
What's happening around town? The 2019 Spring/Summer City Progress newsletter will fill you in! The latest issue features Sioux City Fire Rescue, always there and always ready.

Read it now - you might just learn something new!
Farmers Market to Open May 1
The Sioux City Farmers Market will kick off the 2019 market season on Wednesday, May 1 at 8:00 a.m. Located just west of the Tyson Events Center parking lot at the corner of Tri-View and Pearl Streets, the market will offer plenty of fresh produce, handmade goods, live music and delicious food for sale. Visit the market each week on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. through October!