April 15, 2019
Saturday, May 4
Thank you to our partners at Oak Ridge!
The City is looking for volunteers to pick up litter in their neighborhood, parks or waterways. You do not have to be a Danbury resident to participate in the clean-up! The Mayor’s Office provides supplies such as trash bags, safety vests, gloves, and pickers. If you are planning on picking up litter around the city, please request a volunteer form so that we can know where you will be leaving the garbage for our Highway Department to pick up.
Volunteers are also needed, but limited, at each of our four dumpster locations. Volunteers at dumpster sites will assist residents in the drop-off process.
If you would like to volunteer in a large group and are looking for a public space, please contact Austin Samuelson, the Community Services Coordinator: [email protected] or call 203-797-4511.
Resident Drop-Off Information
Clean your home or property of debris and unwanted items! Dispose of them free of charge, at any of our four dumpster sites. Bulk garbage dumping is limited to Danbury residents and residential property owners ONLY (proof is required).
In addition to their generous contribution and support for the event, Oak Ridge Waste & Recycling has kindly offered to welcome residents to bring their sensitive papers to the Oak Ridge facility at 307 White Street on May 4th during Clean City hours where they will be collected and shred during Oak Ridge’s normal operating hours.
Construction debris, grass clippings, yard debris, hazardous wastes, and electronics are NOT allowed. Also note that scrap metal, tires, and white appliances containing freon are allowed, but must be kept separate from other garbage.
No commercial vehicles or box trucks will be allowed.
If electronics are what you need to get rid of, then you can drop them off at the Oak Ridge’s Mom & Pop Center at 307 White Street during Clean City Danbury Day. This program is open to all residents of Danbury.