Sarpy County Local News

City of Bellevue seeks feedback on trash service program

Bellevue, Nebraska – The City of Bellevue, in collaboration with Papillion Sanitation, is reaching out to its residents for their opinions. They are particularly keen to understand the public’s views on “its cart-based solid waste disposal program.”

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Launched in 2018, this program was a pioneer in the vicinity. It was designed with two main goals: to prolong the life of landfills and to ensure that the prices remained consistent over the long run by promoting recycling.

Five years since its inception, it’s now time to gauge its impact. The key yardstick for the program’s success is, quite rightly, “resident satisfaction.” With this in mind, the city eagerly awaits the feedback of its citizens.

All residents of Bellevue are urged to share their experiences and insights by participating in a concise survey available at “” The deadline for this feedback is set for November 17, 2023. This initiative is an opportunity for the community to reflect on and assess their journey with the waste disposal initiative so far.

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