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New Port Richey City Cleanup – November 1st

New Port Richey City Cleanup – November 1st

Neighborhood Fall Clean-Up, Saturday Nov 1, 2014

from 8:00AM-5:00PM. Residents may dispose unwanted items.

The City of New Port Richey will be hosting our semi-annual Neighborhood Clean-Up Day Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. This special event allows residents of the City of New Port Richey to dispose of unwanted items in dumpsters rented by the City. Residents can take their unwanted items to either one of the two
locations and properly dispose of those items.

Dumpsters will be placed at the following City properties:
Frances Avenue Park off of Louisiana Avenue.
The former Old River Road Church property located at 6131 South River Road.
Paper Shredding available at River Road location only
Nonworking, undamaged TVs and Computer Monitors/Towers accepted at River Road location only

For additional information on allowable and prohibited items, as well as residents who may need special assistance to participate in the Clean-Up may contact Public Works at 727-841-4536.

Materials Allowed
Glass Wood (8’ or less) Drywall Fence
Carpet House Furniture Mattress Plywood
Metals Lawn Furniture Box Spring

*Note*
Public Works Maintenance Personnel will inspect all vehicles prior to unloading. Driver license showing proof of residency within the City Limits will be required.

2 Comments on this Post

  1. I just wanted to say THANK YOU to the city for these clean up days offered t different times spaced out through the year to help us residents out. It really is a BIG help. I also though wanted to extend a special BIG THANK YOU to the helpful & friendly gentleman at Frances part during the last clean-up. They were all very nice, informative, helpful etc. when I saw the post about this clean-up I decided I would take advantage of the opportunity to finally be able to thank everyone from the last clean up.

    Well its almost 1pm so I better get to helping hubby load up the truck with our old junk to head to Frances.

    Again THANK YOU to NPR city employees that make these clean up days possible and the gentleman whom spend their Saturdays helping us with dropping off our junk during the clean ups.THANK YOU ALL.

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