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 Decorations may be placed on graves at the Dewey Cemetery starting the afternoon of Thursday, May 23, 2019.   The decorations will need to be removed by end of day Monday, June 1, 2019.
  Notice to Dewey residents that live within the Meadow Creek and Kaiser Additions. The Storm siren located in your neighborhood is currently being repaired, and is not operational at this time. Repairs are estimated to take 10 to 14 days (from May 13). During any chance of severe weather, or ...

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Every year, the Dewey Civic Association, along with the City of Dewey, puts on a 4th of July celebration in the park that is paid for by donations from generous businesses and citizens like you.  Donors of $25 or more get their name listed on the "Dewey Fan", a hand-held fan on which ...

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 On May 14th, 2019, Dewey voters were asked to support a four tenths of a cent sales tax increase (from 8.5% total tax to 8.9%).  This increase was being asked to help support the general government fund which consists of the police department, fire department, library, parks, the general ...

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 City offices will be closed Monday, May 27 to observe Memorial Day.  There will be no trash pickup Monday, May 27.  Both City Hall and the Police Department offices will be closed.  If you have a water or sewer EMERGENCY, call the police department  non-emergency number to ...

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 Despite the bitter cold, there was a huge crowd for the 2018 Dewey Christmas parade.  There were entries from all over the area, including New on 6 reporter Joseph Holloway.  The parade Grand Marshal was A.C. Holden, a true supporter of Dewey.   The parade committee would ...

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