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Pasco County Community Clean-Up Events Make a Difference ~~Proactive efforts remove nearly 167 tons of trash from four west Pasco communities~~

Pasco County Community Clean-Up Events Make a Difference

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on December 11, 2020

Proactive efforts remove nearly 167 tons of trash from four west Pasco communities

Pasco County Community Clean-Up Events Make a Difference

In an effort to combat blight and beautify our neighborhoods, Pasco County’s Code Enforcement PACE (Proactive Code Enforcement) team and Solid Waste Department joined forces to host four community clean-up events in west Pasco this fall.  The collaborative efforts produced big results with nearly 167 tons of trash and debris removed from Tahitian Gardens, Country Club Estates, Moon Lake Estates, and Holiday Lake Estates.

Community Clean-Up Trash/Debris Collection Breakdown:

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  • Tahitian Gardens: 46.19 tons on Oct. 11
  • Country Club Estates: 23.88 tons on Oct. 25
  • Moon Lake Estates: 64 tons on Nov. 8
  • Holiday Lake Estates: 32.92 tons on Nov. 22

The goal of community clean-up events is to provide residents a convenient opportunity to rid themselves of items and debris that could cause potential code violations.  Providing free, accessible drop off locations increases participation and reduces illegal dumping activity in Pasco County.

Remember, you can always report code violations and illegal dumping anonymously via the MyPasco App, or by contacting [email protected] or Customer Service at 727.847.2411.

County codes are a critical tool in keeping our communities safe and resilient, and we appreciate your cooperation.  Learn more about Paso County’s Code Enforcement Department, including frequently asked questions, codes and ordinances, by visiting us online at MyPasco.net.

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