ANNUAL SPRING CLEANUP – MAY 17
Do you have large items like appliances, tires, chairs or couches that you want to get rid of? Or maybe you have branches that fell during the windy days of spring that are too big for the weekly yard waste collection. The annual Spring Clean Up is the opportunity for you to dispose of such items.
The Spring Clean Up program is a joint effort of Keep Omaha Beautiful, Inc., and the City of Omaha. But Spring Clean Up wouldn’t happen without the many community advocate organizations that provide the volunteers to staff the collection sites. This Clean Up is not for disposal of household garbage such as is put on the curb for weekly pickup.
Spring Clean Up is open to all Omaha residents. People utilizing a Spring Clean Up site do not need to be a dues paying member of the sponsoring organization, nor do they have to pay any fees what so ever to use a Spring Clean Up site, or the tree limb and brush disposal vouchers.
Not every Spring Clean Up site will collect all materials. Appliances, tires, and lead acid batteries will only be collected at one designated site each Clean Up Saturday. Collection sites will have vouchers available for disposal of tree limbs and brush on Clean Up Saturdays. The Appliance Host is Millard South High School West parking lot - 14950 Q Street. The Tire Host is Catlin Arts Magnet School - east parking lot - 12736 Marinda Street (2200 South)
The Clean Up site for AA residents is the parking lot of Faithful Shepard Church at 165th & West Center Road. It will be open May 17, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. We are looking for helpers to assist at the collection site. More detailed information will be provided in the May issue of the Armbrust Acres newsletter.
If you would like to be a helper or want more details contact Tim Salzbrenner at (402) 290-7199 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org