Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup Program
Citizens are encouraged to participate in the mayor's neighborhood clean up, which is organized by sanitation services and fleet management and includes volunteers from Keep Pensacola Beautiful.
The city’s neighborhood cleanup program was first implemented in the 1990s as a way of providing residents with a focused and organized cleanup effort. In 2011 that program was reinvented as the Mayor’s Neighborhood Cleanup program when it was expanded to include all city neighborhoods with a cleanup once-a-year. The program is set up to occur on scheduled dates to neighborhoods during the months of January through October.Two weeks prior to the clean up day, informational postcards will be mailed to residents living in the designated clean up area.
Code Enforcement conducts a sweep of the area and identifies and addresses any code violations. Enforcement officers will placard any abandoned vehicles and if not removed within 10 days, the vehicles are towed.
Volunteers from Keep Pensacola Beautiful, will help residents clean and remove debris from private property and assist in getting items curbside. For more information, call Keep Pensacola Beautiful at 850-438-1178. When cleaning day arrives, sanitation services employees will collect material placed curbside.
Next Cleanup Day
The next Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup Day will be on Saturday, April 29, 2017. The southern boundary of this month's pickup area is Cervantes Street from Pace Boulevard over to North Davis Highway. The eastern boundary is North Davis Highway from Cervantes Street up to Leonard Street and the western boundary follows the city limits all the way back down to Cervantes Street. See the link at the very bottom of this page for a map of the cleanup area.
DO place all materials for collection on the curb by 7 AM on Saturday, April 29, 2017.
DO NOT place materials for this collection curbside until Wednesday, April 26, 2017.
Placing debris curbside early may result in a fee for collection.
Bulk items only - no yard waste or garbage please.