City Wide Spring Clean-Up Day UPDATE
City Wide Clean Up has been rescheduled for June 18, 2022. Tree Branches, grass, leaves, carpet, furniture, appliances, and other extra trash items not normally placed in a dumpster can be taken to the landfill. Batteries are accepted however NO paint, shingles, or tires will be accepted. Appliances such as refrigerators and freezers must have Freon extracted or they will not be accepted. CITY STAFF WILL NOT HELP UNLOAD ITEMS. There will be designated places for certain items, so please have items sorted.
City Administrator Position Open
The City of Gibbon, Nebraska is seeking qualified candidates for the position of City Administrator.
Qualified candidates should possess a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, or Business Administration, or a closely related field. Candidates should have a minimum of 3 years of progressive municipal management experience and be familiar with all aspects of municipal operations. The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent organization, project management, and time management skills, with an emphasis on professional team leadership, progressive attitude, effective communication, public relations, financial management and planning/development.
Application to include resume, work and salary history, experience in municipal administration, and references should be mailed to the Mayor of Gibbon at P.O. Box 130, Gibbon, Nebraska 68840 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Salary is dependent on experience and will be negotiated with the successful candidate at the time an offer is made. Applications for Interim City Administrator will also be accepted. This position will remain open until filled.
The City of Gibbon is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Ordinance No. 636 Prohibit Parking on Residential Use Property (summary)
Residential Parking: It shall be unlawful for a person to park any motor vehicle, camper, trailer, boat, or similar objects on front yards or side yards of residential use property, except upon an established driveway connected directly to the street at an approved curb cut or a prepared surface.
A front yard is defined as a yard extending from the front lot line adjoining a public street to the front of the building between the side lot lines.
A side yard shall be defined as a yard between a building and the side lot line measured horizontally at right angles to the side lot line from the side lot line to the nearest point of the main building.
When parked parallel to any adjacent street side of a property, a motor vehicle, trailer, boat, or camper may not be greater in length than 60% of the structure’s side which faces the same adjacent street.
Prepared surface shall consist of any 1/2 inch or greater aggregate, any solid concrete or solid asphalt surface.
Dogs Running at Large
Per ordinance 90.02, Running at Large; It shall be unlawful for the owner of any dog to permit the animal to run at large at any time on any of the public ways and property or the property of another in the city or to be tethered or staked out in such a manner so as to allow the animal to reach or pass into any public way or property or any property of another. Any animal found running at large or tethered or staked out in violation of this section is a public nuisance and may be impounded or destroyed as provided in this ordinance.
Do you need a permit?
Got big plans? Common permits include most construction projects: curb cuttings, all building or construction jobs, accessory buildings, and fences. Other than for construction, permits include business signs, backyard domestic animals, and business registrations. Be sure to check with Gibbon City Hall at 308-468-6118 to get the proper permits prior to starting your job.