2017 Spring Clean up

Greenbriar Neighborhood Spring CLEAN-UP!
When: Saturday, May 27, 2017, 8:00 a.m. to Noon
Where: 700 Kipling Ct. (Corner of Kipling Ct. & Kipling Dr.)
Sponsored By: The City of Richmond, Republic Service, Sims Metal and the Greenbriar Neighborhood Council

Clean up your house and yard for summer! Any non-hazardous residential household wastes not prohibited from land filling, can be disposed of in the Neighborhood Clean-up. 

Drop-offs are to be from Richmond residents in the Greenbriar area ONLY. Please bring proof of residency (driver's license or addressed utility bill)
Examples of accepted residential household items include:

Furniture            Rugs/carpet/padding         Refrigerators            Washers/dryers      Stoves 
Toys                    Dishwashers                      Water heaters           Sofas                    Mattresses 
Box springs        Chairs                                Tables                       Radios                   Bicycles 

BBQ’s                Sinks, toilets                      Bagged yard wastes

Not Accepted
Commercial appliances                 Liquids of any kind          Cooking oil                      Tires
Paint, pesticides, herbicides          Oven cleaner cans             Motor oil/filters 
Empty gas tanks                            Car parts/batteries             Propane tanks Solvents
Glass – broken, window, mirrors             Tree stumps            Concrete, rocks, dirt

Not accepted-E waste:
TV’s    Microwaves     Computers       Monitors          CPU’s              Peripherals

Residents will be needed to check ID's for valid Greenbriar Neighborhood addresses and be at the
dumpsters. To volunteer to help please call Jonee Grassi (510) 681-6021

City Staff will be available to stop by homes to pick up garbage and stuff for seniors and disabled people who request their help. Please call Shanita Harris at (510) 621-1282 or Hugo Mendoza at (510) 231-3030 by Wed. May 24, 2017 for assistance.
For hazardous Waste Materials, call West County Hazardous Waste at 888-412-9277. Pick-ups could be done at homes.