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SPRING CLEAN AND COMMUNITY CLEANUP
Spring Clean is a great way to beautify your business district. Spring Clean, Seattle ’s cleanup of public spaces, is held by Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) throughout April and early May. This program provides groups with plastic bags, free disposal and assistance. SPU will also be glad to help with neighborhood stewardship projects any time of the year – not just in the spring.
How to get involved:
For more information, call 206-233-7187 or request an information packet by sending your name, group name, address, day and evening phone to:
You can also visit: http://www.seattle.gov/util/Services/Garbage/Reduce_Garbage_&_Litter/
Frequently asked questions:
How can Spring Clean help my area?
Spring Clean is a great way to mobilize your business district for year-long beautification benefits.
Is Spring Clean the same as the Home Cleanup Program?
No. Spring Clean is a volunteer-driven cleanup of public spaces (such as streets, roads, alleys and open spaces). The Home Cleanup Program operates a little differently; information regarding this event is mailed out by zip codes as to where home items can be dropped off.
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