We need YOU to help clean up our community.
This Saturday is the fall “Clean-Up ElDo” campaign. Organize your own Clean Team. Gather friends and family or groups from your office, church, organization or club to participate.
Teams will be assigned a unit (you may be able to pick one you want) to help clean up. If you can’t help clean up you may want to make a donation to help cover costs incurred with clean-up and recycling. Donations can be made to the Chamber of Commerce. Spring City Clean Teams will meet at the Chamber of Commerce office, 1303 S. Highway 32 (intersection Highways 54 and 32) at 9 a.m. Donuts, coffee and juice provided. Missouri Department of Conservation will loan gloves and MODOT will provide trash picker grapplers for the day.
Recyclables like paper and plastic may be dropped off at Evans Drugs. Light duty tires will be accepted at the Chamber office on Saturday. The first 10 tires are free, 11-20 tires will be a $1 charge, every tire thereafter is a $2 charge. Additional fees apply to larger tires.
If you need assistance moving items to the curb, brush removed, limbs trimmed, please contact the Chamber of Commerce. Make sure all trash is curbside for city-wide bulk trash pick up the week after the city wide clean-up. No batteries, wet paint or Freon items accepted in bulk pick up.
If you need assistance or would like to register your team, please contact the Chamber of Commerce, 876-4154 or email director@ElDoradoSpringsChamber.com for more information.
The spring clean-up effort was a huge success. Spring City Clean Teams mobilized to pick up trash along the streets and assist community members with projects and tasks to make El Dorado Springs a cleaner community.
Get out and do your part. If we all commit to progress, we can make a huge difference. Never doubt that a group of thoughtful and committed citizens can change our community; indeed we can, and that’s what is happening.