ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
The following are Public Works Department related events and offers. If you cannot find the information you need through the listed links, please call Public Works Department at 626-307-1320 for additional information.
MONTEREY PARK COMMUNITY CLEAN UP - Bulky Item Event
Drop off unwanted items at Highlands Park Parking Lot on Saturday, June 5
The City of Monterey Park and Athens Services are offering residents an opportunity to clean up their unwanted items that are cluttering up space in the home, garage or basement. Bulky Items include furniture, rugs, mattresses and household appliances and fixtures. No hazardous or electronic waste will be accepted.
Saturday, June 5 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monterey Park residents can take items to the following location:
Highlands Park - 400 Casuda Canyon Drive, Monterey Park, CA 91754
This special, one-time event is free to the community. Residents can also have bulky items picked up from the curbside by calling Athens Services at 888-336-6100. Curbside bulky item pick-up must be pre-arranged through Athens Services. Any items left abandoned on the curb can be subject to a notice of violation from Monterey Park Code Enforcement.
Athens Monterey Park Community Clean Up Day Flyer 6-5-21
For more information, contact the Monterey Park Public Works Department at 626-307-1320.
San Gabriel Valley Energy Wise Partnership with SoCalGas and SCE: EASY Residential Home Energy Assessment Program
This program provides residents with information to increase energy efficiency and reduce their energy bills. Rebates and financing options available. Bilingual services available in English, Chinese, and Spanish. Residents can sign up for an EASY energy assessment on San Gabriel Valley Energy. Contact San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments at 626-457-1800 for questions.
DWR Announces $30 Million in New Rebates to Replace "Turf and Toilets"
The California Department of Water Resources just launched two new statewide rebates to help Californians replace inefficient toilets and remove thirsty turf. The "Turf and Toilets" program, funded by Proposition 1, will pay out a total of $30 million in rebates – $24 million for turf and $6 million for toilet replacements. The turf program will offer rebates of up to $2 per square foot of turf, up to $2,000 per household. The program will target $12 million towards assisting residents in disadvantaged communities. The toilet program will offer a $100 customer rebate per household for replacing an old toilet with a high-efficiency model. Info for toilet rebate (PDF)
According to DWR, the programs will help the state meet Gov. Jerry Brown's conservation mandate by replacing more than 10 million square-feet of lawn and more than 60,000 inefficient toilets. Residents are encouraged to visit the California Department of Water Resources Website for information and apply for a rebate.
For additional information, terms, conditions and eligibility criteria, go to Save Our Water.
Rain barrel, washing machine, smart irrigation controller and commercial urinal rebates through the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District (SGVMWD) (external link).