With $350,000 funding over two years, San Francisco's illegal dumping cleanup program will allow for cleanup of 25 chronic illegal dumping locations in the Bayview; investigate cases; and a develop its public education campaign.
The comprehensive program that includes site clean-up, mitigation strategies, community outreach, targeted enforcement, and program measurement will result in the elimination of these "chronic illegal dumping sites", and the improved quality of life for the nearby residents.
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A few months into the implementation of the grant, crews have been closely monitoring the 25 identified hotspots and compiling data to use is the goal of eradicating these sites as illegal dumping locations. There are daily cleanups of these spots, … Continue reading
After receiveing a notice to proceed, work begins on the “San Francisco Illegal Dumping Eradication Project”. Crews have mapped out the plan to monitor, track and cleanup each of the 25 identified hotspots in the southeast sector of San Francisco. … Continue reading
On April 8th, DPW received a 311 Service request from a resident reporting a “pile of roofing debris taking up three parking spaces” at 1347 Donner, one block from several of the hotspots. This is the same location as three … Continue reading
The Department of Public Works cleans up illegal dumpsites routinely, and clean streets and neighborhoods is one of the City’s top priorities. The mission of the Department of Public Works is to contribute to making San Francisco a beautiful, livable, … Continue reading