Fall Street Sectioning
Street Sectioning 2021 Public Notice
NEW TRASH DAY STARTING SEPTEMBER 13th!
The City has a new waste hauling provider begining September 2021. Please read the Priority Waste Brochure to learn all about our new services.
Our new trash day is MONDAY, begining September 13, 2021.
MIDDLE GIBRALTAR BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION-2021 ----UPDATED 9/23/21
Construction to replace the Middle Gibraltar Bridge is tentatively scheduled to begin on July 6, 2021. Please click the link below for the construction schedule timeline.
Middle Gibraltar Bridge Updated Timeline
MEMO ON CONSTRUCTION AND KAYAK LAUNCH-2021
Construction Zone Closed To Public
SUMMER AND FALL TOWNHALL MEETINGS
Townhall Meeting Schedule - Gibraltar Infrastructure
2021 - Power-Point
Please click the link below for more information for the federal Real ID law.
CITY HALL-UPDATED FACE MASK REQUIREMENTS
The City has updated its requirements for face masks when entering City Hall. Please click the link below for more information.
Updated Facemask Requirements 5.24.21
YARD WASTE CLIPPINGS
The City of Gibraltar would like to ask residents to please be mindful when cutting grass and other shrubbery this season. Grass and plant clippings that are blown into the street can be damaging to the municipal stormwater system. Grass and other debris can get lodged in our pumps and clog up our catch basins. Additionally, the debris can create slick and dangerous riding conditions. Please bag and dispose of lawn remains in a responsible manner.
Please deliver or email a completed Gibraltar employment application with resume and cover letter to the City clerk. firstname.lastname@example.org
Part time - Department of Public Works laboror
MCLOUTH STEEL-GIBRALTAR PLANT SUPERFUND SITE: COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PLAN
Community Involvement Plan
2021 POVERTY EXEMPTION POLICY & APPLICATION
Gibraltar Poverty Exemption Policy 2021
Application for Poverty Exemption
Beginning the week of February 22-26, 2021, residents will begin seeing vehicles and workers from Granite Inliner, LLC and Pipetek around the City. These workers are conducting preliminary inspections and staging for repairs to various segments of sanitary sewer pipe in Gibraltar. The actual repair work is scheduled to begin in the near term. City staff and contractors will notify residents when work on pipe segments near their homes will begin. Residents will also be notified in advance of any service interruptions during the repairs.
Please see the link below for more information:
Sewer Projects 2021
2019 Consumers Annual Report on Water Quality
2019 Water Quality Report