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The City of Petersburg will host their annual citywide cleanup event on Saturday, October 17 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Residents are asked to bring trash and other debris to the drop-off location in their respective Ward. Residents must display a current Petersburg decal.
“The City of Petersburg encourages all residents to keep our city clean and rid of trash because it is a tremendous cost savings, helps our economic development, prevents pollution, reduces greenhouse gas emissions and fosters a sense of community involvement and responsibility,” comments City Manager, William E. Johnson, III.
Drop off locations include:
• A.P. Hill Elementary School (Talley Avenue)• Pittman Annex parking lot (W. Wythe Street)• School Board Administrative offices (E. South Boulevard)• Robert E. Lee Elementary School (Gibbons Avenue)• Petersburg High School (Johnson Road)• J.E.B. Stuart Elementary School (Pleasants Lane)• Peabody Middle School (Lee Avenue)
Items not being allowed for this clean- up or for dumping are: Major Automotive Parts, Oils, Hazardous materials, Paints, Fertilizers, Construction debris larger than a pickup truck, Contractors waste materials, Anything hot, Tree trunks or Root Ball, Equipment tires, and not more than four Vehicle Tires per citizen. This is not a street- to- street collection by the City. If citizens would like to organize a neighborhood collection, a neighborhood coordinator must be selected, and a pickup location designated in advance, in conjunction with the Street Operations Division (804) 733-2415.
Partners include Central Virginia Waste Management and Container First Services. All citizens are asked to participate. For additional information, please call the Petersburg Street Operations Division at (804) 733-2415 (7:30 am -5:00 pm), Monday- Friday.
For more information, please call (804) 733-2415 or visit www.PetersburgVA.gov.