Neighborhood Cleanup Days to begin March 10 in Lenox PlaceDecatur City Hall.
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The City of Decatur is gearing up for this year’s Neighborhood Cleanup Days, which will begin this Saturday, March 10, and happen every Saturday through June.
This is an annual event that the city puts on “to allow residents to dispose of bulky materials that would not normally be placed in pay-as-you-throw bags,” according to a recent press release.
Each street/neighborhood has a designated weekend, and this Saturday is Lenox Place, which consists of:
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West Howard Avenue(300 to 900 Block)
Eastlake Drive (2300 Block)
West Ponce de Leon Avenue (600 to 900 Block)
Chief Matthews Drive
East Parkwood Road
West Parkwood Road
Scott Boulevard (100 to 700 Block)
Swanton Hills Subdivision
Instructions for participating neighborhoods are as follows:
– Items need to be on the curb by 7:30 a.m.
– Accepted items include: yard trimmings, building materials, tires, furniture, appliances,
extra trash that won’t fit in Decatur trash bags
– Unaccepted items include: liquids, dirt, bricks, blocks, stone, rocks, concrete, motor vehicle
batteries or parts
For more information and to check out when other neighborhoods are scheduled, click here.
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