VICTORVILLE – Bring your whole family, church, or organization out and show them the pride that comes with hard work. The City of Victorville, as well as many other High Desert cities, has a problem with illegal dumping and other litter being strewn throughout the city.
Those with little pride for their surroundings and little respect for the hard work of city officials and others who work to keep the city clean often receive fines for illegal dumping. Others get away with the dumping, still turning what once a beautiful desert view into a small landfill. The City of Victorville offers free dump days, large trash pick up, and even free disposal of mattresses and boxsprings.
The City-wide Community Cleanup Day will be on Saturday, October 22, 2016. The Victorville Community Cleanup Day is open to all High Desert residents who want to show these illegal dumpers what community and pride are all about. Whether you attend alone, with friends, family or with a community group your participation is welcomed and appreciated.
All who would like to volunteer should complete a mandatory volunteer registration/waiver form and submit it to the City of Victorville Environmental Division. The registration/waiver form is available online at the City of Victorville website at www.victorvilleca.gov (Quick Link: Community Cleanup) and available for pick up at Victorville City Hall, 14343 Civic Drive. City Hall is open Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Through this semi-annual event, which takes place in April and October, tons upon tons of litter has been cleaned up from 33 different city locations. For more information, or to request a registration/waiver form by mail, please call the City of Victorville at (760) 955-8615.
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