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Clean-Up Day 2016
   

Volunteers and residents spent a day cleaning up in the area of Emery Park last February.
The event was a success with the collection of over 11 tons of trash. 

 

CLICK HERE TO WATCH A YOU-TUBE PRESENTATION OF THE EVENT!

Residents and volunteers needed for second annual Alhambra Neighborhood Clean-up Day
 

The City’s second annual Neighborhood Clean-up event on Saturday, June 4th is aimed to make and keep Alhambra beautiful,. Hosted by the Alhambra Code Enforcement Division, the free massive community clean-up effort, will be held in the area between San Marino Ave. & Valley Blvd., just east of Moor Field. Volunteer check-in begins at 7:45, the Clean-Up will take place from 8am to noon.  

 

What could be better than a day of free helping hands to assist with a burdensome project or accumulated trash; free dumpsters to dispose of unwanted furniture, appliances, tree trimmings, trash, junk and debris; free E-waste pickup—as well as free informational workshops on property maintenance and home improvements; low-cost pet clinic; and opportunity for neighbors to get acquainted with their neighbors.

 

The City is actively looking for volunteers interested in helping keep Alhambra neighborgoods clean and safe. Residents who think their neighborhood could use some sprucing up and cleaning up, companies looking to sponsor an event, or volunteers looking to help are urged to contact Code Enforcement at 626-570-3230; code@cityofalhambra.org. Volunteers should wear closed-toe shoes, and bring work gloves and small gardening tools.  

 

 

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