Ensley North Neighborhood Cleanup Day is Friday : NorthEscambia.com

A neighborhood cleanup will take place in Ensley on Friday February 18th.

The District 3 Ensley North Neighborhood Cleanup is a chance for residents to get rid of items such as old furniture, appliances and household waste for free. Yard debris can be removed during this cleaning.

During Neighborhood Cleanup, Escambia County departments team up to provide services to residents with the goal of keeping local neighborhoods clean and safe. Participating is easy: Residents of the Cleanup Zone simply leave eligible items on the sidewalk to be disposed of free of charge by Escambia County and partner agencies.

All debris must be curbside directly in front of area residences by 7:00 a.m. on cleanup day. Tires and paint cans should be separated from all other debris. Piles of debris should not be placed under hanging ropes or near posts, fences or mailboxes. All items, including containers, will be collected.

Only residents of the designated cleanup area can participate in the neighborhood cleanup. Items left at the curb outside the cleaning area will not be picked up. The collection area extends from Pensacola Boulevard to Jernigan Road between East Johnson Avenue/West Detroit Boulevard and East Nine Mile Road.

Items that can be deleted include:

  • Appliances and electronics
  • Garbage and household debris
  • Bikes and toys
  • Old furniture and mattresses
  • BBQ grills
  • Hazardous household waste (old paint, motor oil, chemicals, batteries)
  • Tires (limit of 10 per household)

Items NOT eligible for deletion include:

  • Construction materials (concrete, bricks, blocks, roofing, drywall or wood)
  • Explosives or ammunition
  • Car parts
  • Earth or grass
  • Vehicles or boats
  • 55 Gallon Fluid Drums

The Neighborhood Cleanup Initiative involves an aggressive cleanup effort, targeting different neighborhoods across the county, with crew members and volunteers picking up a variety of debris and trash, including electronics, furniture and household items. .

Since 2016, over 3,854 (7,708,900 pounds) of debris has been collected and disposed of through the Community Redevelopment Agency’s Safe Neighborhood Program.

The County Neighborhood Cleanup Program is organized by the Escambia County Community Redevelopment Agency’s Safe Neighborhood Program.