By Staff Reports
(Apple Valley)– The Apple Valley Code Enforcement Department will accept yard waste, household trash, broken small appliances, furniture, metal and other items at a Neighborhood Clean-up Event for residents only at Lion’s Park on March 6. For the safety of the staff and public, masks are required.
Apple Valley Code Enforcement has scheduled additional Neighborhood Clean-ups for 2021 on the following dates:
- May 15
- July 17
- October 16
- November 6
Items will be accepted free of charge at Lion’s Park on South Outer Highway 18 just east of Dale Evans Parkway from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. or until the bins have exceeded their capacity.
The Neighborhood Clean-ups are scheduled in addition to Community Clean-up Day Events offered through the Parks and Recreation Department that will be held on April 10 and September 18 this year. The Community Clean-up events equip clubs, groups and individuals with cleaning supplies to adopt a street or an area in town to clean.
No tires, refrigerators, TVs or hazardous waste will be accepted at Lion’s Park. However, household hazardous waste can be taken to the collection facility at the Public Works yard at 13450 Nomwaket Road on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.