It is that time of the year again when residents throughout El Paso will be rolling up their sleeves and showing off their civic pride by cleaning up neighborhoods as part of Pride Day.
Pride Day, the community’s largest annual cleanup event, will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 3, 2015.
There will be more than 30 designated cleanup sites throughout the community which makes it easy for anyone to participate. Many of the cleanup sites will have a large roll-off trash container set up, this allows for residents to easily dispose of large, bulky items and debris.
Items not accepted in roll-off containers include: tires, household hazardous waste (paint, motor oil, batteries, chemicals, etc.), and e-waste (cell phones, appliances, computers, etc.).
The Pride Day community cleanup event encourages El Pasoans to work together to create a cleaner, healthier and safer El Paso. The goal of this large-scale, community-wide effort is to build awareness regarding the detrimental effects of littering and illegal dumping on our environment, while creating a better quality of life in our city.
For more information on the Pride Day cleanup event, including cleanup site locations, please visit www.elpasotexas.gov/environmental-services and click on the Pride Day button or call 3-1-1.
Estrella & Rivera 400 E. Cliff (south of street)
417 Charles (Chihuahuita Senior Center)
Glenwood & Dailey (across the street from church)
Navajo & Mescalero
Elm & Richmond (by Newman Park)
1109 Cardon Street
Altura & San Marcial
Fr. Rahm & Park
Williams & Yandell
Waterspring & Dragonfly
Regional Command Center (10780 Pebble Hills)
Robert E. Lee & International
Mimosa & Balsam
Sunnyfields & Nogal
145 Anita Circle
Salamanca & Penjamo
300 Easy Way Ethel Road (near dead end)
Mundy Park (Porfirio Diaz)
317 La Mirada
Titanic & Pandora
Apollo & Clio
O’Donnell & O’Dell
O’Conner & O’Toole
Angora Loop & Stonebridge