Code of The West Ethics
At the December 4th 2012 meeting the City Council passed Resolution 20, 2012 adopting The Code of West Ethics.
- Live Each Day With Courage
- Take Pride In Your Work
- Always Finish What You Start
- Do What Has To Be Done
- Be Tough, But Fair
- When You Make A Promise, Keep It
- Ride For The Brand
- Talk Less, Say More
- Remember That Some Things Aren't For Sale
- Know Where To Draw The Line
2022 RECYCLING PROGRAM.
YARD WASTE/GREEN WASTE route has ended for 2023. Will resume in the spring of 2024.
All recycling is processed at the City's recycling center located at the Transfer Station during hours of operation.The Transfer Station is located at 511 Industrial Avenue. Ph. 283-3498.
DO NOT PUT RECYCLING IN THE COMMERCIAL CARDBOARD DUMPSTERS. THEY ARE FOR THE BUSINESS'S THAT PAY FOR THAT SERVICE. AND ARE FOR CORRUGATED CARDBOARD ONLY
City of Sundance customers who have Route pick-up please have your recycling at the curb early Thursday morning.
Sundance Recycling Guidelines:
Put recycling in a blue or clear recycling bag. DO NOT USE WHITE GARBAGE BAGS.
Plastic containers that have a chasing arrow recycle symbol, glass bottles and jars, aluminum and steel cans can be put in the same bag. ALL ITEMS MUST BE RINSED, OR EMPTIED.
NO OFFICE OR SHREDDED PAPER, NO MAGAZINES.
NO GLOSSY PRINTED PAPERBOARD. NO CEREAL BOXES, BEER
SODA OR PIZZA BOXES. NO FOOD CONTAINERS.
CORRUGATED CARDBOARD BOXES ONLY.
PLEASE REMOVE ALL TAPE AND FLATTEN ALL BOXES.
NO GROCERY BAGS, OR WOOD PELLET BAGS.
Green waste route pickup runs when weather is suitable. Most generally May through October. Have your green waste container available on Tuesday morning for Route pickup. Please do not put large branches in the can. All compost must be loose. Do not put compost in bags for disposal.
You can haul green waste to the landfill at no charge.
CALL 307-283-2098, OR 307-283-3498
If you have a can that needs emptied please call city hall at 283-3451
Transfer Station Hours:
Wednesday: 8 AM - 4 PM
Friday: 8 AM - 4 PM
Saturday: 8 AM-4 PM
Welcome to Sundance, Wyoming
Sundance, nestled in the Black Hills of Wyoming, is a picturesque, small town bustling with energy and vitality, firmly grounded in history with an eye to the future. When Prussian-born immigrant, Albert Hoge staked his claim in 1879, he was adamant that the town’s name was to be Sundance to honor the Native Americans and the sun dances they performed on the mountain south of the town-site. We are proud to be the first, original Sundance: historic, western, and real. Read More...