Saturday is clean city cleanup day in Kingman.
The Shangri-La area targeted clean up, sponsored by the Kingman Clean City Commission, is scheduled from 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
The area is bounded by Gordon Drive on the north, Bank Street on the west, Andy Devine Avenue on the east and Airway Avenue on the south.
Dumpsters will be placed on Gordon Drive at the La Senita School, city planner Rich Ruggles said.
Door hangers have been placed at every residence in the area to inform property owners of the clean up effort, the placement of dumpsters and the kinds of items that can be placed in dumpsters.
Trash containers can accept yard waste, metal, plastic and wood.
Check the labels on the dumpsters to get items in the right place.
A limited number of tires, inoperable refrigerators, air conditioners and inoperable automobiles can be scheduled for pick up from area residences.
The service is first come-first served and requires a phone call to the city planning office between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m.
no later than Oct.
Inoperable vehicles can be picked up at no cost to the property owner if arrangements are made in advance.
The vehicle pick up must be scheduled by the owner or be located on the owners property.
Call 753-8130 to confirm the vehicle qualifies for free pick up and schedule a time.
Volunteers are needed for the clean up day to assist homeowners and to pick up debris in public areas.
Individuals and groups are welcome.
Groups willing to help are asked to call 753-8130.
The CCC schedules clean ups in specific neighborhoods throughout the year and encourages people all over Kingman to participate in their own areas or to volunteer in the target area.
Kingman Sanitation Superintendent Ed Tapia and the Kingman Public Works Department will pick up debris during the week of Oct.
21 to 25 for city residents who live north and west of Interstate 40.
A similar service for residents south and east of I-40 was done during the spring clean up.
The city cooperates with the Clean City Commission efforts by scheduling the pick-ups in the week following the CCC clean up.
The city will pick up collected trash for the nominal fee of $3 during this special pick up time.
The service is ONLY for residents within the city who are on regular city trash pick up.
Call the Kingman Water Department at 753-5561 during the week of Oct.
21 to 25 to schedule a special $3 pick up.
Residents can call the Sanitation Department any time to schedule trash pick up at normal fees.
The Clean City Commission is appointed by the Kingman City Council to find ways to keep the city clean.
The CCC meets monthly to discuss projects and strategies to improve the appearance and cleanliness of the city.
Anyone interested in serving on the commission can call Ruggles, the city staff liaison, at 753-8130 or talk to a CCC member.
Members are Mary Russell, Janet Watson, Jonathon Parker, Atia Khan, Daniel McCumber, Aline Parker, Loren Wilson, Ignacio Hernandez and Dan Del Monaco.