Kinnickinnic is an Ojibwe word meaning “what is mixed” and describes the landscape and residents of this St. Croix County, WI Township.
The Kinnickinnic River, nationally known for trout fishing, starts here before flowing through River Falls and into the St. Croix River. Farmland, pasture, streams and rocky bluffs make up the landscape that is home to 1,600 residents; some tracing their roots back to early settlers and others who are newer to the area, drawn by its natural beauty and close poximity to the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area. It’s the best of both worlds.
PLEASE DISPOSE OF ONLY ITEMS ACCEPTABLE INTO THE RECYCLING DUMPSTER. TO SEE ACCEPTABLE ITEMS GO TO THE RECYCLING BUTTON TO THE LEFT, OR USE THE DIRECTIONS ON THE RECYCLING DUMPSTER. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION ON THIS MATTER. LEAVING ITEMS OUTSIDE THE DUMPSTER IS CONSIDERED DUMPING. IF IT DOESNT FIT OR IS TO BIG TO GO IN THE DUMPSTER YOU MUST TAKE IT HOME AND DISPOSE OF PROPERLY, THANK YOU.
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