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City of Anaheim Neighborhood Services
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The City of Anaheim will provide large dumpster bins to a neighborhood once annually upon request for a neighborhood clean-up campaign. A neighborhood is defined as a minimum of three (3) to four (4) streets. The neighborhood clean-Up campaign provides residents an opportunity to dispose of large items that do not fit in conventional trash containers.


Cost: No cost - this program is free of charge!

Frequency: Any neighborhood is eligible for a neighborhood clean-up campaign once annually or as deemed appropriate by Neighborhood Services Staff.

Logistics:Neighborhood clean-up campaigns occur only on Saturdays. Dumpsters are delivered to up to six (6) pre-determined addresses throughout the neighborhood at approximately 8:00 a.m. and picked up at 2:00 p.m. If bins become full, an authorized resident(s) may call Anaheim Disposal dispatch and order a change out. Change outs must be requested no later than 10:00 a.m.

Supervision:Prior to a neighborhood clean-up campaign, a resident volunteer will serve as the clean-up campaign coordinator and select volunteers to monitor each bin throughout the clean-up. Volunteers must be stationed at their assigned bin from the time it is dropped off until the bin is picked up. If bins fill up prior to 2:00 p.m., authorized residents should contact Anaheim Disposal to have the bin removed.


Cleanup Campaign Coordinator:
The clean-up campaign coordinator (typically the resident requesting the clean-up) is responsible for determining where bins will be placed. The clean-up campaign coordinator must also organize a group of volunteers (minimum of one per bin) to monitor the bins during the clean-up and assist in delivering flyers advertising the clean-up to residents throughout the neighborhood. Flyers will be provided by the Neighborhood Services Division. The clean-up coordinator will monitor all bins throughout the clean-up and is authorized to contact Anaheim Disposal to request change outs (by 10:00 a.m.) if necessary.

All volunteers must be at least eighteen (18) years of age (preferably 21 or older). Volunteers are to be stationed at their assigned bin for the duration of the clean-up event, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Volunteers should not assist residents with loading/unloading items being disposed of. Volunteers should contact the event coordinator or Anaheim Disposal at (714) 238-3302, if their bin becomes full. It is highly recommended that volunteers have a cellular phone.

Neighborhood Services Staff:
Neighborhood Services Staff will provide the clean-up coordinator with flyers advertising the event and coordinate the delivery of trash bins with Anaheim Disposal. Staff will also provide information for the clean-up coordinator and volunteers to include: program and bin guidelines.

If you are interested in having a Neighborhood Clean-up Campaign, please fill out the form below. This form provides a convenient method for City of Anaheim residents to request a neighborhood clean-up. Just fill in the boxes below with your information and a Neighborhood Services representative will contact you. Remember to be accurate and please allow at least two weeks before your requested clean-up date.

Your First Name:
Your Last Name:
Complete Street Address:
City, zip:
Phone # :
When are you interested in having your neighborhood cleanup?