8.08 Blowing Grass Clippings and Raking Leaves into Streets Prohibited. (Cr. 1/20/2010)
In the interests of public safety, health and general welfare, community appearance, and efficiency of operation, it shall be unlawful to rake, place, or mow fallen tree leaves or grass clippings onto the pavement or into the gutter of any public street. No person shall permit grass clippings from mower swaths to remain upon sidewalks, street pavements, gutters of any public street, or on abutting property not owned or occupied by him. The penalty for violating this Ordinance is set forth in Section 25.04 and penalties may be adjusted from time to time by Common Council action.
The Burning Grounds will be closed for the season effective December 1, 2018. If residents have brush that needs to be disposed of, contact the city office to check out a key. For Christmas tree disposal please call the city office. Please check back in the spring for the reopening date.
The City of Shullsburg Burning Grounds will open for the the season effective Saturday, April 6, 2019. Regular hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The City Council has set open burning within the City effective Saturday, March 23, 2019 though Tuesday, April 30, 2019.
City of Shullsburg
Summer Employment Positions
Pool Manager- Responsible for managing the day to day operations of the municipal pool; supervising and scheduling of the pool staff; maintaining the daily and seasonal attendance records and concession sales; maintaining a clean environment, including bathhouse, restrooms, pool area and outside area. The manager is directly accountable to the Park Committee. Some certifications will be required. The work schedule is flexible but must be available 7 days per week. Must be WSI Certified or able to obtain certification. Wage- Negotiable
Assistant Pool Manager– Assume the duties of the pool manager, when manager is not on duty. Assist with the staff scheduling, teach swim lessons and work with other city staff to keep the pool safe and clean. Must have the following certifications: Lifeguard, CPR, and First Aid, Water Safety Instructor. Wage- Negotiable
Lifeguards– Lifeguard during pool open hours. Must have the following certifications: lifeguard, CPR and first aid. Water Safety Instructor certification preferred but not necessary. Must be at least 16 years of age. Wage: $8.00- $8.50 per hour.
Bathhouse Attendant– Duties include, but not limited to, registering persons for daily pool use, selling concessions and maintaining a clean and safe pool area including bathrooms and changing rooms. Any other duties as reasonably assigned by the pool manager. Wage: $7.25
Work Study eligible participants are encouraged to apply. Please contact Marsha Einsweiler, City Clerk, at 965-4424 ext. 221.