The Eliot Neighborhood Spring Cleanup is Saturday May 16 from 9 am to 1 pm. Bring your old furniture, debris, junk, yard debris, lumber, and metal. Please separate materials. Bicycles and bike parts can be dropped off for free.
The spring cleanup is a sustainable event. Metal recyclers are on hand to collect metal. Yard debris and lumber is eventually turned into compost. Use bicycles are donated and if needed repaired for re use.
Unfortunately the cleanup cannot accept certain things. Place standard recyclables in your blue roll cart for garbage day instead of bringing to the cleanup. Also do not bring household garbage, paint, hazardous materials, refrigerators, freezers, or tree stumps.
Pick-up assistance is available for senior or disabled residents. Fees still apply. Call ahead to arrange pickup. Unfortunately there is a one load limit.
All helpers at the clean-up are Eliot residents and volunteers.
Have any questions? Want to volunteer? Contact Chris at 503-284-4392, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small Vehicle — $5
Pickup — $10 and up
Oversize loads — $20 and up
Separated Metals — reduced cost
Donated Bikes — Free
Tires — $3 each (limited space—you must call ahead)
LOCATION AND TIME:
Saturday May 16th 9 am – 1pm.
N Graham Street between Vancouver and Williams
This clean-up is funded by Metro, the City of Portland and the Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods.