Russell Anderson, City Maintenance Supervisor
City of Gettysburg Maintenance
Rubble Site Information
Photo By David Fransen
The City of Gettysburg Rubble Site is only open in the spring and summer months.
Open Monday to Friday 1pm to 5pm
Saturday 9am to 5 pm.
Heartland picks up trash on Monday for residential customers and Thursday for commercial customers.
Snow and Ice Removal
City Parking and Snow Removal
When two inches of snow or more have fallen in Gettysburg, no parking on city streets for 24 hours or until snow removal is complete.
No parking on downtown streets in the business district form 2-6 am for snow removal.
Business district consists of the following:
Blaine Avenue form Harrison Street to Mannston Street
Logan Avenue from East Street to Main Street
Commercial Avenue from East Street to Main Street
East Street from Garfield Avenue to Logan Avenue
Main street from Garfield Avenue to Logan Avenue
King Avenue from Broadway Street to Mannston Street
There are no water restrictions at the moment.
Rubble Site - Unauthorized Waste
Hazardous waste: Waste oil, solvents, PCB's ash or similar wastes.
Regulated asbestos-containing materials
Putrescible wastes: Municipal solid waste and household garbage.
Liquid Waste: Petroleum products, sludges, tar, paint, used motor oil, contaminated water, or other liquid wastes.
Miscellaneous Wastes: Cardboard, plastic, sytrofoam, packaging materials, loose insulation, sealants, and adhesives.
Electronic Wastes: TV's computers, monitors, cell phones, and VCRs/DVDs
Civil War Land Bids
Quoted from the March 4, 2013 Council Meeting Minutes:
"At this appointed time the hay bids for the airport and Civil War Site were presented for
the following years 2013 thru 2017.
Beringer Farms for the Airport Hay land of 20 acres more or less: $800.00 per year.
Beringer Farms for the Civil War site of 40 acres more or less: $1600.00 per year.
Motion by Bausch, Larson seconded to accept these bids, motion carried.
The civil war Association sent a note to the Mayor that the Association has been trying to
purchase items for the cannon and they requested funds from the Civil war site hay bids.
Moved by Nagel, seconded by VanBockel to table this request and to invite Bert VanEssen
to the next meeting to discuss this further."
City of Gettysburg City Maintenance is working on updating most of the streets in Gettysburg. The map is color-coded to show which roads will be worked on which year. This project is believed to go all the way until 2018.
The streets are being re-paved and sealed to protect from water damage.