Free Clean-Up Day Set for April 22
BRIDGEPORT – The City of Bridgeport and Waste Connections are pleased to announce that the spring free City clean-up day of will be held on Saturday, April 22.
Waste Connections will have the transfer station at 405 West Fifth Street open from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. for all non-commercial City residents to bring household furniture, small and large appliances and scrap lumber. No tree branches, refrigerators, freezers, shingles, batteries, chemicals, wet paint, oil or tires will be allowed. Cans of paint must have been opened and the paint dried.
This is a free service, and the City of Bridgeport and Waste Connections encourage all residents to take this opportunity to dispose of unwanted waste on their property. For more information, contact Waste Connections at 262-0310 or the City Office at 262-1623.
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"Trail City, USA"
Bridgeport, founded in 1900 as a station by the Burlington Railroad, celebrated its centennial in 2000. The town is located on or near many historic trails of the West, including the Oregon, California. Mormon, Pony Express, and Sidney-Black Hills Trails. Courthouse and Jail Rocks, south of Bridgeport, were landmarks mentioned in many travelers' journals.
In 1876 Henry T. Clarke constructed a bridge across the North Platte River, three miles upstream from the future site of Bridgeport, to improve the trail from Sidney to the gold-mining towns of the Black Hills. Freight from Sidney and gold from the mines flowed across the bridge for nearly a decade. A village named Camp Clarke sprang up nearby.
The coming of railroads to the North Platte Valley established Bridgeport and brought increased settlement to the area. Irrigation projects in the early 1900s promoted agricultural development. Bridgeport became the seat of newly-designated Morrill County in 1908. It remains a stable community, whose economy is based on agriculture, railroads, and government.
City of Bridgeport
809 Main St.
Bridgeport, NE 69336
Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM
The City of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.
The City Council meets the second Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m. You can find this year's minutes here. We also have the 2016 minutes and they can be found here.
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