Saturday, April 16, 2011

Deer Park Neighborhood Cleanup - May 21

Hey Everyone!
I hope you are getting ready for some beautiful weather. I have used these last few cold days to clean my garage and storage areas.  Why so soon? Our neighborhood Spring Clean up is coming up.

The Neighborhood Clean-Up Program is a partnership between the City of Omaha and Keep Omaha Beautiful (KOB). Neighborhood groups begin cleanups tomorrow, April 17th. At the neighborhood cleanup kick off I heard that 101 neighborhood groups will participate in 2011’s Neighborhood Clean-Up program.

This is a great program that thousands of neighbors utilize every year, so don’t forget to thank the City and KOB for this program and especially extend thanks to those community volunteers, your neighbors, who will man these sites.

Deer Park Cleanup Info
When: Deer Park Spring Cleanup is scheduled Saturday, May 21. 
           Dump sites are open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Where: Bancroft Elementary School south parking lot (2700 s 6th St.) 
            The map below shows where you will find us moving out dumpsters all day long.

What: All smaller to mid sized items are welcome at our local Deer Park Cleanup Site.

Rules: No hazardous materials, large bulky items, or large loads will be accepted at the
            local site.

Full railroad ties will not be accepted at any Clean-Up locations.

Spring Clean-Up does offer the opportunity to dispose of large limbs and brush not eligible for the City’s weekly yard waste collection and/or our local cleanup sites. Take large loads of brush or tree limbs to …

River City Recycling
60th Street between Harrison and Q streets.

Residents can pick up a voucher at our cleanup site to pay for one load.

Disposal opportunities for bulky items or difficult to dispose of items such as chairs, couches, appliances and tires will be available at one designated site each Clean-Up Saturday. These locations can be obtained by calling the Clean-Up hotline at 444-4636, or you can use the interactive map below. 

View Spring Cleanup Sites in a larger map

If you don’t live in Deer Park and want to know when your neighborhood Cleanup is,
Call (402) 444-4636. If you are one of those ambitious community advocates, we still need volunteers to help with the cleanup. Please email Oscar Duran, to sign up.

We are a little more than one month away, so get ready. 

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