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Community Clean-up Day is Sat., Apr 27, from 9 am to 12 pm

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CITY OF BURLINGTON
 
31st ANNUAL COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP OF PUBLIC PLACES DAY 
Saturday, April 27 (Rain Date: Sunday, April 28)

COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP WEEK
 Monday, April 29 to Monday, May 6 

City residents and City organizations are invited to participate in the 31st Annual Clean-Up Day on Saturday, April 27, 2019 and sponsored by the City of Burlington Clean Communities Program.  All participants will be provided with trash bags, plastic gloves and clean-up tools.  Starting time is at 9:00 am and continuing until 12:00 p.m.  Residents and organization are needed for the 6 designated clean-up sites listed below:

JFK Park at the Wood Street Parking Lot

(Around Recreation Center)

JFK Park Extension at West Broad Street Parking Lot

Riverfront Promenade at the Oneida Parking Lot

6th Street Park at Main Entrance on Chestnut Street

New Yorkshire Neighborhood Tot Lot at Clarkson & York Street

Barclay Street Tot Lot & Parking Lot 

For volunteer information and participation email Craig Leshner Program Coordinator. cleshner@burlingtonnj.us

NEIGHBORHOOD LITTER CLEAN-UP WEEK IS April 29 to May 6th 

City residents will have the use of free litter dumpsters for the disposal of neighborhood litter and outdoor residential yard wastes.  No construction debris or hazardous wastes will be accepted.  All brush must be bundled and branches longer than 8 feet will not be accepted.  Dumpsters will be located at the Municipal Recycling Drop-Off Center at 850 Jacksonville Rd. (across from Laurel Hill Cemetery).  The Center will be open this week (Monday through Friday) from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.  Anyone leaving litter or materials outside of the fenced area when the Center is closed will be subject to a $1,000 illegal dumping fine.

Sponsored by the City of Burlington and funded by NJDEP Clean Communities Program

Remember, litter diminishes everything it touches – people, wildlife and the environment.  By working together to pick up and prevent litter, everyone can enjoy our heritage of a clean, litter-free landscape.  Litter is everyone’s problem, so let’s help clean the City of litter.
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