CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Back by popular demand. The "Litter Critter" will be in various areas around Corpus Christi to help residents clean up brush and bulky items outside of the city's pickup schedule.
The City’s Litter Critter program will resume on July 10th at the Flour Bluff High School parking lot located at 2505 Waldron Rd., 78418 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
“I am proud to reintroduce Litter Critter city-wide for the residents of Corpus Christi. This is my promise to you in action! Keeping Corpus Christi beautiful is my priority," Mayor Paulette M. Guajardo said.
More events will take place monthly to service areas across the City.
- Calallen August 7, 2021
- Tuloso Midway/Annaville September 4, 2021
- West Corpus Christi October 2, 2021
- South Corpus Christi November 6, 2021
- Midtown December 4, 2021
Residents planning to make drop-offs are reminded to please refer to the City’s Solid Waste Department website at https://www.cctexas.com/solid-waste/community-cleanup-programs to find the list of items that can be disposed of during Litter Critter events.
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