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Recycle Used Oil

Bring a Used Oil Filter and Get A New One For FREE!


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Bicycle Redistribution Program

Th City of Inglewood and Republic Services are teaming up to provide Inglewood residents with a Bicycle Redistribution Program.

Please click on the "Bicycle Redistribution" link/button to read the complete flyer.


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FREE Document Shredding and Donations Event (e-Waste and Bicycle Donations)

Bring all of your non-working household applinces, computers, tablets,cell phones, TV's and any other electronic devices that you would like to get rid of. We will also take your used bicycles.

NOTE: Document shredding is limited to Inglewood residents only. ID IS REQUIRED! (3 boxes or bags per car ONLY)


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NEWS RELEASE!

For locations near the City of Inglewood, please click on the "News Release" link, which will open a flyer with locations and additional information.


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Consolidated Disposal Service is Hiring!

Republic Services is seeking to hire talented Heavy Truck, Operations Supervisors, and Commercial Truck Driver professionals to join their exixting team of employees.


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Too Toxic To Trash | Muy Toxico Para Tirar A La Basura

Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste Roundup!

BUSINESS WASTE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED!

Recoleccion de Desechos Toxicos del Hogar y Electronicos!

DESECHOS DE NEGOCIOS NO SERAN ACEPTADOS!

Roosevelt Park Senior Center

7600 Graham Avenue

Los Angeles, CA

(800) 238-0172


( Too Toxic To Trash | Muy Toxico Para Tirar a la Basura )
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Operation Clean Sweep

Consolidated Disposal Service will pick up your bulky items free of charge. This event is held twice a year for single and multi-family residents only.



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Too Toxic To Trash | Muy Toxico Para Tirar A La Basura

Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste the right way on Saturday, June 25, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Wende Museum Front Parking Lot 10808 Culver Boulevard Culver City.

Open to ALL Los Angeles County Residents

Deshagase de sus Desechos Toxicos del Hogar y Electronicos de la Manera Correcta, el sabado, 25 de junio de 2016 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM a la Wende Museum Front Parking Lot 10808 Culver Boulevard Culver City.

Abierto a todos los residentes del Conado de Los Angeles


( Too Toxic To Trash | Muy Toxico Para Tirar a la Basura )

AB 1826

Assembly Bill 1826 requires mandatory commercial organics recycling program for business and multi-family dwellings consisting of five or more units.


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New Commerical and Multi-Family Recycling Regulations

The State (Assembly Bill 341) requires each business in the City that generates four or more cubic yards of waste and recyclables per week and multi-family customers with five or more dwelling units, to recycle. In order to assist its businesses and residents in meeting this requirement and to encourage everyone to recycle, the City has contracted with its franchised solide waste hauler, Consolidated Disposal Service (CDS), to provide recylcing services at no cost to customers. Customers are encouraged to contact CDS at (800) 299-4898 to obtain free recycling service and potentially save money on trash service. Customers may meet the State requirements by self-hauling recyclables or contracting with independent recyclers. The City encourages businesses and multi-family complexes to notify CDS of any independent recycling activities to assist the City in preparing its annual reports to the State.


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STOP SCAVENGING!

Scavenging is illegal!
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HIRING!!!

Consolidated Disposal Service (CDS) is looking to hire 17 employees. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.republicservices/careers
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HIRING!!

Consolidated Disposal Service (CDS) is seeking to hire 17 employees. Candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.republicservices/careers.
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Food Waste Composting

Find out what is compost, why food is unique as a composting agent and why you should compost and what the benefit is in doing so.
( Food Waste Composting Article )
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Book Recycling Program

Consolidated Disposal Service (CDS) is accepting used books at its Inglewood Office located at 110 S. La Brea, Suite 210.
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I-CLEAN

Please click on the "I-CLEAN" link to find out more information.
( I-CLEAN - What Is It? )
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I-CLEAN

Please click on the "I-CLEAN" link to find out more information.
( What Is I-CLEAN )
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I-CLEAN

Please click on the "I-CLEAN" link to find out more information.
( I-CLEAN - What Is It? )
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Stop Scavenging!

Scavenging is an activity that violaters can be punished by a fine, imprisionment or BOTH! All it takes is a phone call. If you see ANYone in your neighborhood scavenging pick up the phone and call:

310-412-8622

Let's STOP The Scavenging!


( STOP THE SCAVENGING! )
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Sanitation Inspection Unit (SIU)

It is the goal of the SIU to work closely with residents to protect our neighborhoods, prevent property value deterioration and decline by educating the citizens of Inglewood on the standards for the use and maintenance of public and private property within the City.
( SIU - Here For You! )
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Do the Right Thing

The thoughtless, but all too common act of failing to dispose of trash in the proper receptacle has a major impact on the health, appearance and pride of our community. The fact is: Inglewood creates a lot of garbage.
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CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update

CDS is committed to hiring 26 qualified Inglewood residents. Please click on the "CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update" link for more information.
( CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update )
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CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update

CDS is committed to hiring 26 qualified Inglewood residents. Please click on the "CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update" link for more information.
( CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update )
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CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update

CDS is committed to hiring 26 qualified Inglewood residents. Please click on the "CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update" link for more information.
( CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update )
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Community Toolbox

Working Together for a Clean Inglewood!
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Do You Know ..... What Goes Where?

Proper disposal of your trash is very important. Please read to ensure you're disposing of your trash the right way and in the proper carts.
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Environmental Services Division Sanitation Inspection Unit

The Sanitation Inspection Unit (SIU), under the direction of the Environmental Services Division of the Public Works Department, is responsible for monitoring environmental rules and regulations created to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Inglewood, and to ensure that federal, state, and local environmental guidelines are followed. Adherence to these regulations and guidelines will enhance the quality of life in our City and help to maintain healthy neighborhoods free from unsightly or hazardous conditions.

Click on the "Sanitation Inspection Unit" title below to read the full article.
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Consolidated Disposal Service's Holiday Schedule

We will be closed for business on the following seven holidays:

New Year's Day
Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day

If the holiday falls on a weekday, services will be delayed by one day for that week only. Your regular schedule will resume the following week.

For example: If the holiday falls on Thursday, then Thursday services will be provided on Friday and Friday services on Saturday, etc.


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City of Inglewood CIP FY 2013-2017

The FY 13-2017 CIP identifies and describes Fifty (50) capital projects, the years in which funding each project is to occur and the method of funding. In addition to currently funded projects, the CIP also lists forty-three (43) unfunded projects, which represent deferred maintenance and future infrastructure needs.
( To view the report, click here. )
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Public Services Work Management Automation

The Public Services Division of the Public Works Department recently launched iWorQ an online service request system which Inglewood residents and business owners may use to make a service request or share their concerns with City staff.


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New GIS & Map Request Form Application

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is proud to announce that the new GIS Request and Map Request application is now available online. The Information Technologies & Communications Department & GIS worked together to create an application that allows an applicant to fill out & submit their request in just two steps.

Step 1: Fill out and complete the entire request form.

Step 2: Submit the request form via web application.

Your request will then be reviewed and processed. This application was designed to efficiently manage, maintain and process GIS and Map requests. If you need guidance in filling out your request please call the Public Works Department at (310) 412-5333 and our GIS staff will be more than happy to assist you.

Public Works 24 Hour Hotline

The business hours of the Public Works Department...
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Weather Based Irrigation Controller Rebate Program

Receive $250 for weather based irrigation controllers. Save up to 13,500 gallons per year and reduce water run off.
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Los Angeles Area Map

There is a very interesting map of the greater Los Angeles area, referred to as the Wonder City of America, from 1932
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Solid Waste Contract Proposals

Links to Solid Waste Proposals
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Integrated Waste Management Presentations

The presentations linked below were presented to the Mayor, City Council and residents on February 23rd and are now publically accessible.

Athens

HF & H

Consolidated

WMLA

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Pest Alert - Light Brown Apple Moth

The light brown apple moth (LBAM), an invasive species native to Australia, has recently been detected in Solano and Los Angeles counties, adding to the nine previously infested Bay Area and Central Coast counties. Single moths were detected in both new counties, and additional arrays of insect traps in both areas have detected no additional moths.
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California Water Crisis

For the first time in the state s history, the water supply and delivery system may not be able to meet our growing needs. At the same time, critical environmental resources are in peril. From aging infrastructure to population growth to climate change, we face a complex set of problems that threaten the future of California s population, economy and environment.

To learn more, click here.


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What is Global Warming All About

A Gardener’s Guide To Global Warming. You have probably seen that many plants in your back yard are blooming earlier. Plants across the nation are affected by global warming. Global warming will mean that many native and iconic plants may no longer find suitable climate conditions in major portions of their historic range.
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Earthquake Tips

DURING AN EARTHQUAKE. When you feel an earthquake, duck under a desk or sturdy table. Stay away from windows, bookcases, file cabinets, heavy mirrors, hanging plants, and other heavy objects that could fall. Watch out for falling plaster and ceiling tiles. Stay undercover until the shaking stops, and hold onto your cover. If it moves, move with it. Click "MORE" below for more tips.
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There are Inglewood Laws Limiting Noise

It shall be unlawful for any person to operate any motor driven vehicle within the City that, due to the nature of the operation of the vehicle, or due to the operating condition of the vehicle, or due to any modification made to vehicle, generates noise so that a reasonable person is caused discomfort or annoyance. (Ord. 88-29 9-13-88)
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Report a Street Light Outage

Southern California Edison appreciates your help keeping our communities safe by reporting interruptions of service in your areas. Click on the online form below or call SCE at 1-800-611-1911 to report street light outages in your neighborhood.
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Promote SafeTrees

Property owners are responsible for complying with laws that regulate tree planning and maintenance in the City of Inglewood.
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Infection control Intervention

THE GENERAL SERVICES DIVISION OF THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT IS INSTALLING WATERLESS ANTISEPTIC SOAP DISPENSERS AT STRATEGIC LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT CITY HALL AND OTHER PUBLIC FACILITIES FOR INFECTION CONTROL INTERVENTION TO PREVENT DISEASE TRANSMISSION
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Community Services Inspection (CSI) Areas

Community Services Inspection (CSI) Areas
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Graffiti Removal Efforts Enhanced With Help From Community Partners

The City of Inglewood, Car Max Auto Stores Business Services, Inglewood€s Home Depot and Inglewood Partners for Progress team up to bolster abatement program.
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Tired of Receiving Junk Mail?

Well, here is your opportunity to take control of your mailbox and rid yourself of unwanted promotional advertising that you frequently receive.

Simply Opt-Out.
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Inglewood To Fluoridate Drinking Water Supplies

In December 2005, the City of Inglewood€city council joined a majority of the nation€public water suppliers in adopting a policy to add fluoride to drinking water supplies to prevent tooth decay.
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How To Cope With The Big One: Packing a Survival Kit

The good news concerning The Big One is that you will very likely survive. The bad news is that your life in the days after the quake will be trying. Disaster recovery planners anticipate widespread, long-lasting interruption of water, electric, and gas service; and disruption of major transportation links.


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Street Projects Get Funding Okay

The City of Inglewood has been awarded $5.6 million in Federal Department of Transportation funds to initiate design work on two major street improvement projects in Inglewood.
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No Posting of Signs!

Did you know it is unlawful for any person other than authorized City Staff to hang, post or affix any handbills, signs or posters in public places in the City of Inglewood? Section 12-83 of the Inglewood Municipal Code (IMC) outlines €no person shall paint, mark or write on or post upon any sidewalk, crosswalk, curb, street lamp, tree, shrub, poles, electric light or power or telephone/telegraph pole or wire appurtenance support.€ (Ord.2498)
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Public Works Working with Local Businesses To Reduce Water Consumption

May 2005 – Several weeks ago, the City of Inglewood’s Department of Public Works installed a new synthetic material called AstroLawn in the parkway at 2320 West Manchester Boulevard (directly adjacent to E.J.’s Hand Car Wash) in an effort to demonstrate the viability of one of several water conservation measures undertaken by the City’s Department of Public Works. The artificial turf offers the aesthetics of real grass, and enables the business owner to reduce water consumption by turning off the irrigation system in the parkway.
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Africanized Honeybees

The Los Angeles County West Vector Control District will no longer respond to weekend service requests. During the week, call (310) 915-7370 to make service requests. A list of licensed pest control companies, which is neither endorsed nor recommended by the Vector Control District, is posted on the city website, under the Public Works Department. Weekend callers to the Control District will be offered referrals to private companies in the area from this list.
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West Nile Virus Concerns

The City is receiving numerous calls in regard to a growing concern about standing pools of water in the gutter throughout the City that provides a potential breeding ground for mosquitoes, and for possible exposure to the virus.

http://www.lawestvector.org/


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ESRIs GIS.com - Community profile report

Get a community profile report by entering a U.S. residential Zip Code. Learn more about the demographics and lifestyles of your community. For more information click here: http://www.gis.com/?interbiznet