Litter Cleanup and Prevention

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  1. Litter Programs and Services

  2. The Spokane County Regional Solid Waste System (SCRSWS) has several programs and services to address litter problems and provide opportunities for individuals and groups to participate in litter cleanup events:

  3. Load Warrior

    Are you a Load Warrior? Find more information about securing your load while transporting waste.

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  4. Community Clean-Ups

    Find out how to connect with groups organizing litter pick-up events or organize your own with Geiger Work Crew.

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  5. Team Up to Clean Up

    Learn more information on how to organize a litter pick-up event in your area, or how to report litter to the County, City or independent districts.

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  6. Cigarette Litter Prevention Program

    Learn more about the grant awarded to Spokane County by Keep America Beautiful to help raise awareness about the environmental issues associated with cigarette butt litter.

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Reporting Litter Complaints

Complaints of improper of illegal solid waste, animal waste or garbage on the ground are investigated by the Spokane Regional Health District. Solid waste includes garbage, rubbish, ashes, industrial wastes, demolition and construction wastes, abandoned vehicles or parts, discarded items, wood waste, medical waste, tires, recyclable items, sewage sludge and seepage (from septic tanks). Visit Spokane Regional Health District to fill out a Solid Waste Complaint Form.

Spokane County

For right-of-way obstructions, litter and road hazards, go to the Public Works page.


City of Spokane

Litter in the City of Spokane can be reported to 311 and a work crew will be dispatched. More resources can be found here.


Independent Districts

Cheney

Liberty Lake

Spokane Valley