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    CalTrans and The City Of Oxnard Partner To Clean Neighborhoods By Offering Free Public Bulky Item Drop-Off Days

    News Release

    OXNARD, Calif. – Caltrans is cleaning highways statewide and encouraging the public
    to do their part to keep their local communities clean and beautiful. As part of Governor
    Newsom’s $1.1 billion Clean California program, the city of Oxnard in partnership with
    Caltrans will host four free public Drop-Off Days during weekends in March for residents
    to dispose of their bulky items and waste to discourage and prevent illegal dumping on
    roadways. Residents must show identification or a utility bill.

    The Clean California Oxnard March Drop-Off events are as follows:

    Region 1 Neighborhoods (For residential customers within the general boundaries of
    north of Wooley Rd to Wagon Wheel & west of Oxnard Blvd.)
    Date & Time: Saturday, March 5, 2022 | 7 AM – 2 PM
    Location: Old Oxnard High School Campus / PAL Gym,350 S. K Street, Oxnard, CA
    93030
    Region 2 Neighborhoods (For residential customers within the general boundaries of
    south of Wooley Road & west of Saviers Rd.)
    Date & Time: Saturday, March 12, 2022 | 7 AM – 2 PM
    Location: Via Marina Park, 3301 Keel Way, Oxnard, CA 93035

    Region 3 Neighborhoods (For residential customers within the general boundaries of
    south of South Oxnard Blvd & east of Saviers Rd.)
    Date & Time: Saturday, March 19, 2022 | 7 AM – 2 PM
    Location: College Park, 3250 S. Rose Ave., Oxnard, CA 93030

    Region 4 Neighborhoods (For residential customers within the general boundaries of
    east of Oxnard Blvd & north of South Oxnard Blvd.)
    Date & Time: Saturday, March 26, 2022 | 7 AM – 2 PM
    Location: Brekke Elementary School, 1400 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., Oxnard, CA
    93030
    Certain items will not be accepted:

    Hazardous waste: acid, asbestos, gas cylinders and containers, refrigerants, pesticides,motor oil, mercury or mercury containing devices.
    Universal waste: paints, chemicals (pesticides, fertilizers, solvents, etc.), batteries,
    cleaners, light bulbs, sharps/medical waste, medications, smoke alarms, gasoline,
    propane tanks, rocks, concrete, dirt, and construction materials.

    Tires: up to six (6) tires per household can be accepted.
    More information is available by contacting Ann Trac at (213) 200-1915.

    The statewide Clean California program is a $1 billion, multi-year cleanup effort to remove
    roadway trash, create thousands of jobs and engage communities in beautification efforts
    to transform roadsides into places of pride. Dump Days and Drop-Off events create
    awareness and lay the groundwork for future litter-reducing efforts through a sense of
    community and responsibility to help keep neighborhoods clean by proper disposal of
    unwanted items.

    Visit the program website to learn more about Clean California’s role in transforming communities.


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