Brought to You By: Cully Association of Neighbors, Cully Boulevard Alliance, Metro, City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, SOLVE, Central Northeast Neighbors, Portland Development Commission, & Trinity Lutheran Church and School

With Support From: Morel Ink, Verde, US Bank, Fire on the Mountain, Trader Joe's, New Seasons, Fred Meyer, Miss Zumstein Bakery & Coffee Shop, Albertson's, Starbucks, Safeway, Grand Central Bakery, Grocery Outlet, Dutch Bros, Columbia Ecovillage, and Motivasi Coffee Shop

About the Cully Cleanup
Every spring, dozens of volunteers and organizations join forces to make an impact in our community at the Cully Earth Day Cleanup. This event is one of over 150 SOLVE IT for Earth Day service projects that bring Oregonians together to improve our environment and build a legacy of stewardship. Metro and the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability sponsor neighborhood cleanups every year to encourage Portlanders to reuse, recycle, and responsibly dispose of bulky household materials beyond what is picked up with regular trash collection. The goal is to divert as much waste as possible from the landfill and reduce illegal dumping by making recycling and disposal more convenient and affordable.

Cully Boulevard Alliance is leading the coordination of this year’s event, with all proceeds funding community-serving programs of the Cully Association of Neighbors. To participate, gather the items you would like to get rid of and bring them to the parking lot of Trinity Lutheran Church and School. Please enter from the front entrance on Killingsworth Street. Volunteers will be on hand to help unload vehicles and ensure that everything that can be reused or recycled is sorted into appropriate stations. Items in good condition will be available for purchase at low prices at the Neighborhood Yard Sale on the front lawn. Anything remaining at the end of the day will be collected by local charitable organizations.

If you have any questions, please contact Jessica:
541-510-4761 or cullycleanup@gmail.com

A printable event flyer in English and Spanish can be found here:

Vehicle loads from businesses will not be accepted. Any type of hazardous waste or construction material cannot be accepted to ensure the safety of volunteers and prevent the contamination of collection bins. Search the Find a Recycler directory at www.oregonmetro.gov/tools-living/garbage-and-recycling/find-a-recycler
or call (503) 234-3000 for more info about how to safely dispose of these materials.
Suggested Donation
A suggested donation to the Cully Association of Neighbors will be requested, determined by the amount and type of materials you bring:

Additional cost for trailers • oversized loads • yard debris (+$5 per load for substantial amounts) • tires ($3 on rim, $2 off rim) • secure paper shredding ($5 for enough papers to fill a bankers box)

UPDATE: No upcharge for electronic screens- flatscreen and tube televisions accepted

If you would like to help out your neighbors and the planet this Earth Day, continue to the next page to sign up for one of the many volunteer positions available. Students can earn community service credit for participating. All volunteers will be permitted to bring one carload free of charge, will be served breakfast/lunch, and will receive a complimentary item from the Neighborhood Yard Sale!

Para inscribirse en español, debes contactar
cullycleanup@gmail.com o llame a Alma: (971) 235-9566

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