2018 Spring Alley Cleanup is On June 9th
The Museum District Spring Alley Cleanup is taking place on Saturday, June 9th, and we need volunteers! If you haven't participated in one of our alley cleanups before, you don't know what you're missing! The alley cleanup is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors while cleaning up the Museum District alleys. Coffee and donuts are provided!
Volunteers meet at Albert Hill Middle School at 7:45am. The City provides three trucks and drivers for the cleanup. We divide the neighborhood into three sections and assign one truck and one team of volunteers to each section. Volunteers must bring work gloves and wear sturdy shoes.
Due to the fact that the City will already be conducting their own bulk and brush collection in our zone on April 21st, the 2018 Museum District Spring Alley Cleanup has been rescheduled for June 9th. This new date will allow us to dispose of furniture and household items that are often left behind when tenants move out in late spring, and will give us one more opportunity to tidy up the neighborhood before summer arrives. As usual, the cleanup will start at 7:45am at Albert Hill Middle School. Please email Matt Hogan at email@example.com if you'd like to volunteer for the cleanup.
Bulk and Brush Collection
Please see the City of Richmond's new policies regarding bulk and brush collection at here
Thank you 2017 Fall Alley Cleanup Volunteers!
The 2017 Fall Alley Cleanup was a huge success! The weather cooperated and we picked up 19.29 tons of trash from our neighborhood alleys. Amazing! Thank you to the volunteers: Karen Akens, Polly Brickman, Gray Carlson, Paul Daszkiewicz, Linda Dunn, Anne Durkin, Chris Golden, Anne Grier, Steve Jones, Sally Kutz, Angela Lehman, Bernadette LeMasters, Barbara Marx, Marie de Percin, MA Powers, Bryan Pruitt, Karen Redford, Mike Regulinski, Mo Regulinski, David Shannon, LuAnn Tarren, and Lillian Turner.