Operation Clean Up begins in Ward 2

City of Enid

ENID, Okla. — Volunteers are being sought to help with Operation Clean Up, which is beginning in the Ward 2 area.

“Operation Clean Up is an event allowing residents and local businesses in Ward 2 to feel they can positively impact the neighborhood by picking up trash," said Ward 2 City Commissioner Derwin Norwood. "A community cleanup is an opportunity for neighbors, organizations, school and businesses to choose an area to clean up and improve the areas ascetics.”

Lou Mintz, public utilities director for the city of Enid, said large roll-offs or trash dumpsters will be placed in three areas in the Southern Heights Addition. The containers will be located near 4th and Nagel, 4th and East Iowa, and 4th and East York.

Norwood said he is hopeful many residents will capitalize on this opportunity to help the community. Operation Clean Up will continue through the month of August. For more information, call (580) 297-3860.

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