Park Revitalization and #Fight Blight Cleanup Days are volunteer-supported programs focused on parks and maintaining streets in the City. Volunteers join forces with the City's Parks Department, Public Works Departments, and Parks and Recreation Commission for cleanup and beautification focused on enhancing park amenities and landscaping. Click here for flier.
You can make a difference everyday too. Illegal dumping is a serious matter, reporting violators is the first step in enforcing the law. It's illegal to dump trash of any kind anywhere in the city, there are hefty fines that come with it if caught. Help us, help you by reporting illegal dumpers in action. If you see illegal dumping while it is in progress, snap a photo and send it to SBDirect@SBCity.org, along with detailed information as to where it is happening, the time of day, and description of the vehicle used and violators. However, please do not put yourself at risk for any reason. Let's stop them before they do it again. Report it!
Report dumped items you see around town. You have three easy options at your fingertips...
1. Call SB Direct - 909-384-7272
2. Download the free GORequest mobile app
The app is GPS enabled and allows for picture uploads. Please note, the GPS moves as you move, so if you are no longer at the dump site, please provide the cross streets or the closest street address. (carrier data rates apply). In addition, if you take a photo while in the app, the system can use the location coordinates associated with the photo if the location services is "on" for the app.
3. Submit an issue through the SB Access Online webpage
The Quality of Life Teams seek to address blight in the City of San Bernardino as it relates to the recovery, economic development, public safety and well-being of our community. If you see encampments or major dump sites, report it. This special task force is dedicated to addressing these types of concerns. Report by calling SB Direct, submitting an online service request through SB Access Online or via the GORequest mobile app (see above).
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Bring your unwanted household items to a Community Dump Day, courtesy of the Public Works Department and Burrtec.