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The Idaho Transportation Department will present their traffic analysis of Stanley to the Council and citizens at a Town Hall meeting on April 15 at 5pm in the Community Building (510 Eva Falls Avenue). ITD's analysis and recommendations will be followed by time for open questions and comments from the public. The meeting will also be available to join via Zoom. Sign up for our email list to receive further information on this and other meetings.

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The city does NOT provide a trash disposal service for the residents of Stanley.  The city does provide trash receptacles in the park for the convenience of those who picnic or recreate in the park.  The city also has a dumpster by the community building which is only for trash from the city office, the trash receptacles in front of or inside the SSCC visitor center, and community building or park renters for meeting or events.  The control of that dumpster is the responsibility of our city maintenance employees and the city police officer. 


As a business or resident in Stanley, you must contract with either of the trash collection services that serve Stanley, Blue Mountain Refuse Inc. or Clear Creek Disposal to pick up and remove your trash from your home or place of business.


As of 2023, the Custer County Transfer Station west of town on Highway 21 is closed with no immediate plans to reopen. The city and county are working on plans to manage trash and recycling programs.


Thank you for your cooperation.

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