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Oct. 28, 2019

Kaycee Lagarde

Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup Collects Over 30 Tons of Bulk Waste

The latest Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup collected over 30 tons (60,280 pounds) of bulk waste, along with 73 tires and 1,230 gallons of paint. The cleanup took place on Saturday, Oct. 26 and included over 1,900 houses in the cleanup area. 

The Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup allows residents in the cleanup areas to leave eligible items at the curb on cleanup day to be picked up by City of Pensacola Sanitation Services. The cleanup includes bulk items such as household appliances, furniture and mattresses, bicycles and toys, tires and old paint.  

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. 

The Oct. 26 cleanup was the last cleanup of the year. Stay tuned to the city's website and be on the lookout for a mailer with information about the 2020 Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup schedule.
City sanitation worker picks up debris with a truck
City sanitation worker picks up paint cans
City sanitation worker picks up debris with a truck
Furniture left at curbside for pickup during the mayor's neighborhood cleanup
A grassy yard and curb

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