Released on December 8, 2017 - 11:11am

Our neighborhood winner for November 2017 has been announced.  Mayor Moe and the City of Laurel congratulates the Green Neighborhood on winning the November 2017 challenge by having the smallest gap between recycling and refuse the previous month.  The first 10 residents from the green Neighborhood to mention this contest when requesting a current bulk item pickup will receive a $10 discount.  Residents of the green Neighborhood have until January 9th to claim their prize.


For more details about the competition, a map of the neighborhoods, and prizes, please visit the Recycling Competitionpage on the City of Laurel’s website.


Join the new friendly neighborhood competition to increase recycling and decrease refuse in the City of Laurel!

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