Dump Your Junk! Annual Neighborhood Clean-Up: Sat July 17, 2010 9AM-12PM

07/17/2010 - 9:00am
07/17/2010 - 12:00pm
Annual Wilkes East Neighborhood Clean-Up event, Saturday July 17, 2010 9AM
Annual Clean Up, July 17th 9AM

Clean out the garage,
Clean up the yard!

Wilkes East Neighborhood
Clean-Up, Sat July 17th 9AM
HB Lee Middle School

When: Sat July 17, 2010 9:00AM-12:00PM
Where: HB Lee Middle School
1121 NE 172nd Ave (between Glisan & Halsey)
Get map!

Cost per load:

$15.00 -- auto, small pick-up truck
$25.00 -- trailer load, larger truck

Clean-up Info

Join Your Neighbors -- Get involved. Make a difference!

"Spring Clean-Up" usually means you discover a lot of things you wish you could take to the dump! Well, now you don't have to take your junk very far! The dumpsters are coming to you!

This event is open to all Wilkes East Neighborhood residents. Get map!

Come for ice cream and a chance to meet up with neighbors!

Bring all your general debris and recycles to the dumpsters located in the parking lot at HB Lee Middle School, 1121 NE 172nd Ave (between Glisan & Halsey), Saturday July 17th, 9AM to 12PM.

You CAN dispose of:

  • Bulky waste
  • Yard debris
  • Wood scraps
  • General "clean-up" items
You CAN recycle:

  • Electronics (e-waste)
  • Scrap metal
  • Cardboard
You can NOT dispose of:

  • Hazardous waste*
  • Chemicals, paint cans
  • Appliances, tires
  • Household garbage
  • Commercial waste

*Hazardous Waste Disposal

Wondering what to do with those old paint cans, motor oil and solvents?

Click here to visit Metro's website and find out what materials are hazardous and where and how to safely dispose of them.

A Fundrasing Event

The Wilkes East Annual Neighborhood Cleanup is a WENA fundraising event. WENA uses these funds to support WENA activities and projects; and assist Wilkes East Neighborhood residents on issues such as land use, nuisance, crime, transportation concerns, and more.


For more information or to Volunteer, call 503-251-2776, contact WENA, or email info@wilkeseastna.org

See you there!

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