Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup

The Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup Program is a concentrated sweep through a selected neighborhood each month focusing on cleaning up litter and removing abandoned vehicles.

Citizens are encouraged to participate in the mayor's neighborhood clean up, which is organized by sanitation services and fleet management and includes volunteers from Keep Pensacola Beautiful.

How the Program Works

The city’s neighborhood cleanup program was first implemented in the 1990s as a way of providing residents with a focused and organized cleanup effort. In 2011 that program was reinvented as the Mayor’s Neighborhood Cleanup program, when it was expanded to include all city neighborhoods with a cleanup once a year.

Through the Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup program, all city neighborhoods have a cleanup once a year during the months of January through October. In addition to Sanitation Services collecting items left at the curb, Code Enforcement conducts a sweep of the cleanup area and addresses any code violations. 

When cleaning day arrives, sanitation services employees will collect material placed curbside.

2024 Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup

Next Cleanup Day


The next Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup will be February 24, 2024. View the image and interactive map above to see the areas defined.

  • Place items curbside before 7:00 am on the scheduled cleanup day.
  • Do not place items curbside sooner than three days before the cleanup (the Wednesday before).

Items eligible for removal include:

  • Household appliances and electronics
  • Household junk and debris
  • Furniture and mattresses
  • Carpeting
  • Barbecue grills (no propane tanks)
  • Bicycles and toys
  • Tires
  • Old paint and paint cans

Items not eligible for removal include:

  • Building materials (concrete, bricks, blocks, roofing, drywall or more than one cubic yard of lumber)
  • Household or pool chemicals
  • Herbicides or pesticides
  • Explosives or ammunition
  • Auto parts
  • Dirt or sod
  • Propane tanks
  • Garbage or yard trash

Please keep tires and paint cans separate from all other debris. Do not place piles under low-hanging lines or near poles, fences or mailboxes.