Jackie Caro, Community Programs Coordinator, No Phone Number Available
Tuesday, December 23, 2014 at 2:11 p.m.
Every year, at the end of October, the Neighborhood Councils wrap up the annual Clean-up Program Event. This year was quite a success. In total, the 27 Neighborhood Councils rid a combined total of over 800 tons of trash and clean green material from the neighborhoods!
The program gives each neighborhood $6,500 every year to use to clean up their neighborhood. Some use the funds for a neighborhood dumpster roll-off event, some for extra neighborhood curbside pickup; many use dump passes and others even do alley cleanups.
Managed by the Office of Neighborhood Services, the Clean-up Program has been going for 14 years, and has rid the neighborhoods of a total of 16,000 tons of trash and clean green material!
Next time you receive a postcard in the mail from your Neighborhood Council regarding a free cleanup in your neighborhood, be sure to thank them for working so hard to provide this invaluable service each year!
Neighborhoods will begin scheduling events again come spring.
To find out who your neighborhood council clean up coordinator is, visit the Neighborhood Councils page and click on your neighborhood.