Temecula citywide clean-up & bulk waste drop-off scheduled for Oct.
From City of Temecula:
TEMECULA — On Saturday, October 27, 2018, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Chaparral High School, 27215 Nicolas Road, Temecula, the City of Temecula and CR&R will hold a Citywide Clean-up for Temecula residents to dispose of household waste and large miscellaneous debris.
We are providing a central location where these items can be dropped off by TEMECULA RESIDENTS ONLY. Proof of Temecula residency such as a California Driver’s License, California ID Card, recent utility bill, or property tax statement is required.
We will accept the following items:
• Large Bulky Items
• Green Waste
• Motor Oil
• E-Waste (Household Electronics)
• Car Batteries (two per resident, per visit)
• Small (empty) Gas Operated Equipment
Unfortunately, we cannot accept the following items:
• Household Batteries
• Empty Drums
• Fluorescent Light Bulbs
• Any Type of Paint
• Other Hazardous Waste
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