The facility features a "homeowners drop-off" (HODO) dump on Holly Road for free disposal of up to 7 bags of residential household trash per trip. Hours are Mon., Thurs. & Sat. 7 AM-4 PM, Tues., Wed., & Fri. 10 AM-6 PM. Residential and commercial users who have more than 7 bags of trash or commercial waste will be referred to the Landfill on River Road. Commercial waste will be weighed by the ton. The River Road Landfill also accepts brush & yard waste, clean soil, tires, and clean rubble. Hours are Mon-Fri. 7 AM-3:15 PM and Sat. 7 AM-12:15 PM.
Some of the services include: operation of the Igloo Program serving about 40 dropoff sites, transportation of recyclables to market for all four counties, education and recycling and waste prevention awareness, municipal recycling program grants, marketing of recycled material collected in the region, and recordkeeping and reporting of recycling rates for the region. Household Hazaradous Waste Collection and Electronics Recycling events are held each spring and fall- the location rotates among the 4 counties. Recycling of newspaper, magazines and catalogs, office and other paper, plastic bottles and jugs, glass bottles and jars, metal household cans, scrap metal, lead acid batteries, appliances, cardboard, motor oil, antifreeze, yard waste, tires, clothing and textiles, boat shrink wrap, electronics and other materials when outlets can be developed.
Offers driver's license tests and renewals, learner's permits, administrative hearings, certified copies of driving records, and titling and registration services. Driving tests are done by appointment only. Appointments are scheduled online. Check the website for answers to frequently asked questions, such as how to register your vehicle, or for phone numbers to specific services, such as the motorcycle safety course.
Oversees day care licensing for family day care homes and child care centers, provides letters of compliance for nursery schools, offers trainings and workshops to providers, investigates complaints, and recruits new homes and centers.
The Office of Unemployment Insurance conducts almost all business by telephone. Claims may be filed by telephone or online at the above web address. All Claim Centers take claims by telephone only, every Monday through Friday, excluding State holidays, from 8:00 AM until 2:00 PM. All informational telephone calls, such as finding out the status of your unemployment insurance claim, should be directed to the Claimant Information Service at 1-800-827-4839.
Denton Town Council members are: Abigail McNinch (Mayor), Robert Clendaniel, Dennis D. Porter, Lester Branson and Dallas Lister. Town meetings are the first Thursday of each month at 7 PM. The town office has 4 departments. The Police Department is committed to the concepts of community oriented policing and serving our citizens, the law-abiding public, appropriately, completely and professionally. The Finance Department establishes and implements the financial policies and procedures of the Town, invest funds, and handles the deposits and payments of Town revenues and expenditures. The Planning & Codes Department is responsible for building permits, property maintenance, rental registrations, site plan reviews, historic reviews, critical area reviews, Board of Appeals applications. The Public Works Department is responsible for providing many essential town services by establishing, maintaining, and operating the Town's infrastructure and facilities.
The Mayor and Council of Federalsburg hold their regular meetings on the first Monday of each month, and their special sessions/workshop meetings are held on the third Monday of each month (at the discretion of the Mayor and Council). Both the regular meetings and the special session/workshops begin at 6:00 P.M. If a meeting falls on a holiday, the meeting is generally re-scheduled for Tuesday.