Voting is open for the OMG Board of Directors and information on candidates and election period is available on the Vote page. You may vote online by Nov. 15, return the mailed ballots so it is received by Nov. 7, or bring the ballot to the Annual Meeting on Nov. 17.
The Oak Meyers Garden Association has worked with Compost Connection to establish Friday, October 18 and Friday, December 13 as 2019 yard waste collection dates to supplement the City of Kansas City Collection dates.
Yard waste route service will begin at 7:00 a.m on the two days and there is a limit of 20 items per day. Additional details on materials that can be picked up are available on the following flyer.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact a OMG Board member or Compost Connection customer service 816-761-8300.
As part of efforts to improve and beautify the homes association, Oak Meyer Gardens representatives have been working on submitting proposals to the city to improve streets, curbs, sidewalks, and monuments. More information is on the Infrastructure Work page.
WHO: Oak Meyer Gardens’ residents. Please bring your ID. WHEN: Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 8:00 am – Noon. WHERE: Research Hospital – Brookside Campus, 6675 Holmes Road. Dumpsters will be placed in the Southeast Corner of the parking lot of the hospital nearest to Holmes Road and the University Academy building. (See Map Below.) WHAT: We will have 2 trash dumpsters and 1 yard waste dumpster. A scrapper will be there to collect metal. We will also have a giveaway area for free items in good shape.
Leaf and brush guidelines:
Only leaves and brush are allowed in the yard waste dumpster.
Yard debris must be in a paper lawn bag or a cardboard box.
Tree limbs can be up to 10″ in diameter and 6′ in length. Please do not place plastic bags or trash in the yard waste dumpster.
Trash dumpster guidelines:
Trash dumpsters are for common household trash only.
Please do not place leaves and brush, tires, household hazardous waste* or appliances in the dumpster.
The State of Missouri does not allow leaves or brush in the landfill.
*No hazardous waste will be accepted. This means no old paint cans, paint thinner, batteries, old gasoline, chemicals, etc. Important Stipulations: If you have household hazardous waste that needs to be disposed, please visit http://recyclespot.org to learn more about where and when to dispose of it.
We’d like to thank Research Medical Center for allowing us the use of their parking lot for our Dumpster Day.