What's Up, Waveland? April 2022
Waveland alderman Jeremy Burke looks ahead to a crawfish cookoff and the next Food Truck Friday, and he shares information about changes to the city’s trash pickup.
- by Jeremy Burke
Advance ticket prices are adults (13 and up) $25, children (ages 10-12) $10, and children 9 and under are free. Tickets at the gate will be $30 for adults. Pre-purchase your tickets at this link. The C&R Crawfish Cook-Off will benefit the Hancock Resource Center, a Hancock County non-profit.
No outside beverages are allowed, and please leave pets at home.
Waveland Food Truck Friday
I hope to see everyone on Coleman Avenue on Friday, April 8, 5:00 - 8:00 pm for the next Waveland Food Truck Friday. Coleman Avenue in front of Studio Waveland will be closed to vehicular traffic accommodate the food trucks and allow visitors to set up canopies, tables, and chairs if you choose.
Live entertainment will be on the street. Please “Like” the Waveland Food Truck Friday Facebook page for updates on the event.
Hancock County Garbage Collection
The Hancock County Solid Waste Authority awarded a garbage collection contract to Coastal Environmental Services. The new contract will go into effect on May 1, 2022. As part of the contract, Coastal Environmental Services will provide 96-gallon trash cans to all Waveland residents. Waveland will maintain its schedule of twice-weekly trash pickups and twice-monthly bulk waste pickups by grappling truck as part of the agreement with Coastal Environmental Services. Coastal Environment Services is a top-notch company that will be a great partner with Waveland.
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