Volunteers are invited to register at Peek’s Park from 8:30 to 9 a.m. Small groups will go to assigned target areas for litter pickup, graffiti paint-over, or beautification efforts, before meeting back at Peek’s Park for lunch.
The City of Cedartown will offer Trash Amnesty Week from April 18 through April 21. During those four days, citizens can bring large unwanted objects to any of the following five locations at no cost: the end of Fourth Street at the old Optimist ball club field, at Turner Park on Jefferson Street, Georgia Avenue on Helen Street, at Cave Spring Road and Jule Peek Avenue, and on South Main Street and Clyde Drive behind D’s Towels.
Waste Industries is donating the use of trash bins for collection. Participants must be a citizen of Cedartown and provide a tax or utility bill or some other form of proof of citizenship in order to dump items. No tires or paint will be accepted.
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