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Posted on: September 5, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Volunteers Needed for the Team Up to Clean Up District 3 Event

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Get rid of weeds, trash and junk, graffiti and other debris in your neighborhood the Team Up to Clean Up way. The Parks & Recreation Department’s Keep Las Cruces Beautiful (KLCB) will conduct its next Team Up to Clean Up event from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019 in City Council District 3, represented by Councilor Gabe Vasquez.

Roll-off containers, provided by Las Cruces Utilities Solid Waste, will be available at two locations for District 3 residents to utilize during the event. One container will be at the vacant lot at the southeast corner of Don Roser Drive and Missouri Avenue, with a second container at Sierra Middle School, in the east parking lot at Lewis Street and Spruce Avenue. KLCB staff will also have a supply station at both locations and can provide information for specific clean up locations, if needed. 

Recruit your neighbors and friends to join efforts to maintain property beginning where you live. Take advantage of having the large roll-offs to dump large loads of yard waste, over-sized junk, or broken furniture without going to the landfill. Anyone living in District 3 can contribute to the beautification of the City of Las Cruces by joining KLCB to help clean up their neighborhood! 

Tons of debris were collected in District 4, District 1 and District 5 Team Up to Clean Up events in recent months. Look for future Team Up to Clean Up events in your area coming soon. Call 575/528-4506 to get more information. 

Find your district at las-cruces.maps.districtmaps.

Schedule for 2019 Team Up to Clean Up future events:

September 21:        District 3

October 12:            Toss No Mas (Citywide)

November 2:          District 2 (rescheduled)

November 16:         District 6


To sign up for “Team Up to Clean Up” district events or for information about KLCB, contact Coordinator James Woods at 575/528-4506 or email

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