Town Clean-Up

The Village has town clean-up twice a year in the months of April and October. Items no longer wanted are to be sorted and set out at the curb by 8:00 a.m. on the designated day for Village Maintenance to pick-up. Items acceptable include furniture, appliances, batteries, iron, dry paint cans and tires.

This is not for regular house hold trash.

(Walthill residents only)

Tree Dump

North on Centennial Street to dead end;  go East approx. 300 feet;  dump gate on North side

Residents may pick up the tree dump key at the Walthill Village Office. The key must be turned the same day. Items acceptable include untreated wood (no nails), leaves (not bagged) and tree limbs.

(Walthill residents only)

Iron Pick-up

Mindi Jump - (712) 898-7150

Calvin McManigal and/or Zachary McManigal - (402) 846-5219

Jim McClain - (402) 846-5055

(Walthill residents only)

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United Ways of Nebraska (2-1-1)

211 is committed to being the first, most essential resource for anyone who needs help.  The 211 Helpline is a free service that refers people to these health and human services:

  • Clothing
  • Counseling
  • Employment
  • Financial Assistance
  • Food Pantries/Meal Sites
  • Health Clinics
  • Housing Assitance
  • Landlord/Tenant Issues
  • Seasonal Services:  Tax Preparation, Holiday Assistance
  • Shelters:  Homeless, Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault
  • Transportation

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  • 402.444.6666 or toll free 866.813.1731
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The Village of Walthill is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Equal Opportunity Employer.