Last week, Lynwood’s Public Works crews cleaned 94 miles of the City’s alleys as part of the 10-14-day rotation to ensure that alleys are cleaned on a regular basis.
The alleys cleaned included:
- Cortland north alley from Bullis to Atlantic – Items removed included a full-size refrigerator, bedframes, piles of cut branches, a recliner, barrels of weeds, four vacuums, a large coffee table, a recliner couch, trash and debris.
- Walnut south alley from Ernestine to Harris – Items removed included a giant 75” inch TV, shelves, dressers, tires, vacuums, plywood, floor speakers, bags of personal household trash and debris.
- Palm south alley from Muriel to Bullis – Items removed included piles tree branches and stumps, multiple couches, garden trellises, dressers, cabinets, trash and debris.
- Pope west alley from Los Flores to Beechwood – Items removed included a crib, laundry baskets full of food and waste, 50-gallon bags of trash, clothes and debris, piles of cut branches and appliance boxes.
- 4016 Woodlawn alley from Muriel to Harris – Items removed included a bathtub and shower stall, tables, tires and rims, five-gallon buckets full paint, a file cabinet, tree stumps and wood, and used oil.
- Linden alley from Los Flores to MLK – Items removed included a Panda Express beverage freezer, a refrigerator, dressers, dining chairs, office chairs, plywood, a 65” TV box debris, a large pile broken glass, and trash
- 11600 Atlantic east alley – Items removed included a couch and loveseat, sports chairs, a pile of plywood and wood, and debris.
- 4200 Brewster south alley from Harris to Elm – Items removed included cut weeds, a room size cat scratch tree, multiple tires, a toilet, wood, and boxes of trash.
- Winchell Imperial alley from Pine to Linden — Items removed included vacuums, a broken windshield, dressers, toy cars, a pile of cut palm branches, a pile rotted lumber, and boxes of debris.
This work is in addition to the work crews do to keep Lynwood clean and safe including clearing/preventing weeds on public property, clearing illegal signs, repairing potholes, repairing sidewalks and streets and picking up illegally dumped items at 89 locations throughout the City.
Reminder – if you are found to have illegally dumped items – you will be invoiced for the cost of the clean-up.
Thank you to Lynwood’s Public Works crews for working so hard to keep our City clean!