Why can't I flush unused medications or throw them in the trash?
When flushed down the drain, some medications are not completely removed by wastewater treatment plants and end up in rivers and streams, harming wildlife. The Russian River Watershed Association is partnering with local agencies to provide safe medicine disposal locations. For disposal information please visit the RRWA Website

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1. Do I need a Permit to work in the Town’s right-of-way?
2. Who handles the garbage pick-up in the Town of Windsor?
3. Who can I call with questions about my water bill?
4. Who is responsible for maintaining the sidewalk in front of my house?
5. Why can't I flush unused medications or throw them in the trash?
6. Who do I contact to get a pothole fixed?
7. What happens to the Town's wastewater after it is treated?
8. What is the schedule for street sweeping?
9. Do I need a permit for a storage container for moving?
10. Are there any easement on my property, and if so, am I limited to how I may use that easement area?
11. How can residents and businesses dispose of hazardous waste?
12. Where can I see a list of Public Works projects currently bidding?
13. Where does the Town’s responsibility end on a water service lateral?
14. How can I request a Public Works Inspection?