Help Clean Up Ventura County One Community at a Time
Ventura County offers multiple community cleanup days where residents in unincorporated areas can responsibly dispose of and/or recycle household materials, free of charge.
(VENTURA COUNTY) – Ventura County is challenging residents living in Ventura County unincorporated areas to work together to clean up their communities by disposing/recycling household materials. These events are provided on behalf of the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Ventura County Public Works Agency, Harrison Industries, and Waste Management.
Residents currently subscribed to trash, recycling, and green waste service through a County contract collector will receive a notice in the mail one (1) month prior to each event. All events will have minimum contact and will be drive-through. There will be assistance with vehicle unloading and all County Covid-19 guidelines will be followed.
Saturday April 23, 2022
Community Served: Newbury Park, Casa Conejo & Lake Sherwood
Saturday April 30, 2022: Lynn Ranch
Saturday May 7, 2022: Santa Rosa Valley/Moorpark Home Acres
Saturday May 14, 2022: Santa Susana Knolls
Saturday June 4, 2022: El Rio
Saturday June 18, 2022: Piru & UA Santa Clara Valley
Saturday September 10, 2022: Channel Islands Beach
Saturday September 17, 2022: Somis
Saturday October 1, 2022: Bell Canyon
Saturday October 22, 2022: Nyeland Acres
Accepted Items: House/Garage Items, Home Repair Debris, Yard Waste, Appliances, Asphalt, Green waste, Baby items & furniture, Concrete, Tree trimmings & branches, Bicycles, Drywall, Palm fronds, Electronics, Fencing, Yucca and succulents, Expired car seats and strollers, Sinks, toilets & other fixtures, Gym equipment, Tile, Indoor & outdoor furniture, Windows, Mattresses, Wood, Toys, Unusable clothing
Not Accepted: Air conditioning units, Microwaves, Commercial waste (including green waste from professional landscapers), Refrigerators, Household Hazardous Waste (paint, chemicals, & used oil), Tires
About Ventura County Public Works Agency
The Ventura County Public Works Agency (VCPWA) strives to deliver innovative, efficient and cost-effective regional services that are essential to the health, safety, natural resources protection, and economic vitality of Ventura County and its residents. Established in 1954, VCPWA employs approximately 400 employees and consists of five departments: Central Services, Engineering, Road & Transportation, Watershed Protection, as well as Water and Sanitation.
VCPWA continues to receive nationwide attention for its work in improving, innovating, and ensuring projects for Ventura County’s unincorporated 572 miles of roads, watersheds, levees, bridges, infrastructures, water and sanitation facilities and billing services operate effectively.