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Village of Stapleton Information

The Village of Stapleton is governed by an elected five-member board of trustees and meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Stapleton Community Center. The village hall office is located in the Stapleton Community Center.

GRANT RECIPIENT

Village of Stapleton has been awarded

$293,500 

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Grant For Construction Of A
New Recycling
Building

“The trust is funded by proceeds from the Nebraska Lottery and has awarded more than $349 million to conservation projects in Nebraska since 1994.”

LOCATION

Stapleton Community Center
236 Main Street
P.O. Box 133
Stapleton, Nebraska

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Friday: Closed

CONTACT INFORMATION

Village Clerk, Stacey Anderson
308-636-2960

Mark Frey, Maintenance Person
308-636-8534

Fax: 308-636-2400

Email: stapleton@gpcom.net

PROPOSED NEW RECYCLING BUILDING

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Jackson Concrete LLC, Contractor

Grant funds will go towards upgrading the Village of Stapleton Recycling Building located on J Street on the west edge of Stapleton. The site is also used for rural solid waste collection, used appliances, and furniture collection. READ MORE DETAILS AT BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.

SERVICES PROVIDED

Water, Sewer, and Trash Sign-up
Community Center Rental
Dog Licenses
Recycling

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Custer Public Power District
P.O. Box 10
Broken Bow, NE 68822

Phone: 308-872-2451
Website: www.custerpower.com

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Great Plains Communications, Inc.
Phone: 1-888-343-8014
Website: www.gpcom.com

MORE INFORMATION ON NEBRASKA ENVIRONMENTAL TRUST GRANT

The 60′ x 100′ x 16′ steel building will replace the current building located on the west edge of Stapleton on J Street.
 
It will feature 4 – 20′ x 14′ Raynor TM300 insulated overhead doors with motors, remotes and windows and two walk through doors with windows.
 
The 60′ shop will include a floor drain and restroom area. The 40′ recycling portion of the building will include a floor drain and sliding wall into the shop.
 
Jackson Concrete LLC has been hired as the contractor and the total cost of the project will be $273,580.00.
 
The Nebraska Environmental Trust was established in 1992 to conserve, enhance and restore the natural environments of Nebraska. It was created on the conviction that a prosperous future is dependent upon a sound natural environment and that Nebraskans could collectively achieve real progress on real environmental issues if seed money were provided.
 
The Trust especially seeks projects that bring public and private partners together collaboratively to implement high-quality, cost-effective projects. The Trust values projects that leverage private investment in conservation and emphasize long-lasting results. Spending on approved projects is not to be a replacement for tax-funded projects or mandates and operations of government; it is used solely to carry out innovative ideas making Nebraska’s good life even better. Applicants for Nebraska Environmental Trust grants must meet tightly drawn https://environmentaltrust.nebraska.gov/grants/eligibility.html  to assure public benefit and substantial environmental gains.