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 Click here to read the City of Dewey COVID-19 response resolution.
 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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  The Dewey Public Works department would like to have customers update their telephone numbers and mailing addresses.  Having current information will allow the City to keep in touch with its customers for a variety of possible scenarios.     When you drop off your water b...

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When was the last time you looked at your house numbers?  Can they be easily seen from the street?  Were your numbers painted on your curb years ago and are now just a distant memory?  To help our police and fire departments better serve you, we encourage you to di...

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Like a lot of other cities, Dewey continually has a problem of grease and oil clogging sewer lines.  This could mean unecessary sewer backups for our residents.  Click HERE to view a instructional pamphlet (in .pdf format that can be printed out) on how to properly dispose of grease and o...

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 According to Herbert F. Tyler Memorial Library librarian, Sandy Hadley, the library has a large number of Dewey High School yearbooks available for public viewing.  Despite the large collection, there are still some volumes missing.  If you would like to donate any of the m...

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