Town Clean Up Day & Week

CLEAN UP WEEK | May 21-25, 2018

CLEAN UP DAY | Thursday, May 24, 2018 | 5:30 p.m.


Check-In Location: Nottingham Park Pavilion
RSVP: Email Preston Neill

Be sure to mark your calendars and come out to celebrate the changing seasons with a little spring cleaning! 
On Thursday, May 24, the Town will hold the third annual Town Clean-Up Day event, giving volunteers a chance to clean up Avon after a long winter season. The clean-up will take place between 5:30 and 7:00 p.m. 

Volunteers will be able to set full trash bags curbside, as Avon Public Works staff will make periodic loops around Town to retrieve and dispose of the filled bags. At 7:00 p.m., all volunteers will head back to the Pavilion Event Terrace for free tacos from Rocky Mountain Taco and free beer, courtesy of Bonfire Brewing. 

The seven sections, the captain for each section, and the location to meet a captain on the day of the event are as follows:

Section: West Beaver Creek Boulevard
Captain: Councilor Jake Wolf
Place to meet: Lot 16 (parking lot on north side of Nottingham Park)

Section: Nottingham Park, Lake Street & Main Street Mall/Railroad
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aptain: Mayor Pro Tem Sarah Smith Hymes
Place to meet: Avon Performance Pavilion

Section: Hurd Lane/Eaglebend Drive/Railroad
Captain: Councilor Amy Phillips
Place to meet: Avon Performance Pavilion

Section: Avon Road/Town Core
Captain: Mayor Jennie Fancher
Place to meet: Possibility Plaza (between Wyndham & US Bank parking lot)

Section: Nottingham Road/Swift Gulch Road
Captain: Councilor Megan Burch
Place to meet: Nottingham Road/Metcalf Road intersection

Section: Wildridge/Wildwood
Captain: Councilor Scott Prince
Place to meet: Wildridge Fire Station

Section: Post Boulevard/Traer Creek
Captain: Councilor Matt Gennett
Place to meet: Traer Creek Plaza

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Clean Up Week
Clean Up Week will begin May 21 through May 25. Disposal of qualified items is free, as the Town sponsors this service to its residents. To initiate a pick-up, call Avon Public Works at (970)748-4100 and leave a message with the item(s) requiring disposal and requested pick up date, and place the items curbside. Qualifying items include: most used appliances, furniture, yard waste, regular garbage, and other items routinely accepted at the landfill. Public Works will collect these items between the hours of 8 am-5 pm Monday through Thursday and 8 am to 2 pm on Friday. We cannot accommodate requests outside of these dates or collection of non-qualified items. Please note that some items do not qualify for this program, including tires, construction debris, hazardous and toxic waste (e.g., paints, motor oil, batteries, etc.), fluorescent light bulbs, refrigerators and freezers. Contact Eagle County (970)328-3470 for disposal methods of these items.