City of Reno organizes neighborhood cleanup

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Updated: 3/25 12:46 pm
Reno, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -– The City of Reno has collaborated with community partners to provide a free Neighborhood Cleanup and Dump Day for residents of the Ninth Street area.

On March 29 from 9 a.m. to noon, large dumpsters will be available at the Boys and Girls Club of Truckee Meadows parking lot as part of their neighborhood cleanup. Bring your trash, weeds, dead vegetation, furniture, appliances, tires and any other types of discarded household items to dump.

Among other activities, volunteers and staff will be clearing trash from the highway overpasses, removing graffiti and trash from Teglia’s Paradise Park and assisting residents with trash disposal. Once the eight trash dumpsters are full, the event will close, and no additional items can be dumped.

Participants must prove they live or own property in the neighborhood and are encouraged to bring a picture ID or utility bill.
To volunteer, get assistance and schedule transport of items, or for more information, call 334-INFO. A Ward Three boundary map is available for download at Reno.gov/Cleanup.

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