- Who is eligible for a neighborhood cleanup?
- When can you organize a neighborhood cleanup?
- What is the cost for a neighborhood cleanup?
- How can I start planning a cleanup?
- 311 Process Notes
A neighborhood cleanup is a coordinated effort between Neighborhood Services & Enforcement, the Neighborhood Enforcement Action Team (NEAT Crew), neighborhood associations, and local volunteers. The goal of a neighborhood cleanup is to remove trash and debris littering a targeted neighborhood.
When can you organize a neighborhood cleanup?
Start planning with Neighborhood Services & Enforcement at least 3 weeks prior to the event to establish a date and time for the cleanup.
Event hours are typically 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturdays. Other days and times can be arranged as needed with the exception of Sunday.
What is the cost for a neighborhood cleanup?
There is no cost from the City to host a cleanup. Neighborhood Services & Enforcement provides heavy duty trash bags, latex and/or canvas gloves, dumpster/dump trucks/loaders (as needed), guidance with planning the event, and support during the event.
How can I start planning a cleanup?
Contact Neighborhood Services & Enforcement and schedule a meeting with your Neighborhood Services & Enforcement inspector. Your neighborhood inspector will guide you through the process.