Services

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)

Aging and Senior Care Resources

Caring.com offers a free service to help families find senior care.

https://www.caring.com/senior-care/in-home-care/nebraska/herman

Healthcare Resources For Those Impacted by COVID-19

OnlineDoctor.com aims to provide needed healthcare access to those impacted by the ongoing pandemic, especially seniors and those with limited mobility.  As the COVID-19 virus wreaks havoc on the healthcare system, telemedicine is stepping up and into the spotlight by helping healthcare providers better reach Americans who would otherwise find it challenging to receive the care they desperately need.  But like all new and emerging technologies, not all are created equal.

So OnlineDoctor.com and their Virtual Care Advocates decided to investigate telemedicine platforms that are currently available and identify the best for each type of medical need.  To learn more, go to:

https://www.onlinedoctor.com/best-online-doctor-medical-services/

https://www.onlinedoctor.com/15-best-online-medical-apps-that-make-personal-health-easier/

Alcohol Help

So Alcohol Help is an informational resource geared towards reducing the harm caused by alochol.  They strive to provide high quality, well-researched webpages surrounding the implications of alcohol use and how to seek treatment.  While alcohol is a large part of social interactions for adults, the debilitating alcohol use disorder can often get written off as a moral flaw, and they want people to know there are paths forward to a healthy life.

To learn more, go to: https://www.alcoholhelp.com

The Village of Walthill is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Equal Opportunity Employer.