Englewood, Colorado has a rich history-partly due to the city’s location. It all started in 1858 when gold was discovered in Little Dry Creek by William Russell. In 1860 Thomas Skerritt, who is now considered to be Englewood’s founder, built his home in the area. Skerritt connected Englewood to Denver by building a road with his own plough. Since then the city has grown dramatically-the Swedish Hospital was built (which is still in use today), it became independent from Denver water in 1948 when 2,500 acres of the Platte Canyon was purchased, and had the largest mall west of the Mississippi called Cinderella City (now closed). Today, thousands of people call Englewood home.
Keep it clean
In Englewood trash and litter scattered around any property is prohibited. According to the city’s website the following rules must be followed:
- Trash needs to be stored in covered trash containers to prevent it from being scattered by animals or the elements, and to prevent the spread of offensive odors.
- Trash containers cannot be set out in front of the property prior to 24 hours before collection.
- Trash containers to the rear of the property must be stored so that they do not obstruct the alley right-of-way.
- All households and businesses are required to have trash removal service at least once a week.
Clearly, the people living in Englewood are determined to keep their city clean. There are other events that the city puts on to encourage people to get rid of their waste in a safe and responsible matter (pulled from the Englewood website):
Englewood Clean-Up Coupons
Englewood Clean-Up Coupons provide Englewood residents a chance to dispose of oversized and unwanted trash at a reduced rate. Residents may pick up a free coupon on designated Saturdays, June -- August. Coupons are valued at $25 off regular fees at the Waste Management transfer station. Proof of residency is required and only one coupon is available per household.
Household Hazardous Waste Round-up
Residents of the Cities of Englewood and Littleton can safely dispose of some common household hazardous materials at the annual Household Hazardous Material Round-up. The event is held the first two Saturdays in September. Examples of accepted materials are: batteries, gasoline, fluorescent lamps, motor oil, mercury and pesticides and herbicides. Electronic waste such as hard drives, monitors, and cell phones are also now accepted.
Leaf and Tire Drop Off
Residents of the Cities of Englewood and Littleton have an environmentally responsible alternative to disposing of bagged leaves in a landfill and cluttering the garage with old tires. The event is held in October.
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