Richmond kicks off neighborhood cleanup program

The citywide initiative begins on Saturday, March 16

A view of the Richmond skyline, including a water tower and a smokestack, as seen from Libby Hill park in Church Hill

The cleanup program begins in the Bellevue, Ginter Park, and Washington Park neighborhoods.

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The city will begin its annual neighborhood cleanup program on Saturday, March 16. First up are residents in the Bellevue, Ginter Park, and Washington Park neighborhoods.

The program visits all 15 neighborhood zones across the city, offering free curbside bulk and brush pickups. It runs on select Saturdays from March 16 to November 2.

Acceptable items for curbside pickup include:

  • Furniture
  • Mattresses
  • Tires (max 4 per household)
  • Appliances

Brush will also be picked up, so long as it’s cut into four-foot lengths and bundled.
To see when your neighborhood is slated for cleanup, search your address on the Department of Public Works’ interactive map.