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City offices will be closed Monday, May 29 in observance of Memorial Day. Residents with sanitation pick-up on Monday will be picked up on Wednesday, May 31. Thank you. 

 

Community Service

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Community Service (Small)After appearing in Municipal Court to answer charges, the Judge may sentence a defendant to complete community service.

Community service can be completed at approved local non-profit organizations for those probationers with recently documented medical and/or physical limitations.

For those probationers that reside out-of-state, community service can be completed at approved locations run by the city or county in which they reside (examples include parks and recreation departments, animal shelters, recycling centers, police/fire departments, libraries, etc.).

For those probationers having financial difficulties and are unable to pay their fine, it is within the Court's discretion to approve the completion of community service in lieu of the fine. Credit of $7.25/hour worked will be given for each hour of community service worked.

Probationers are required to submit a signed work log to the Probation Office in order to receive credit for hours worked.