Beautification project takes aim at unsavory sights in Atlanta

If you’re tired of seeing litter, unmaintained streetscapes, illegal signs and other signs of blight in the city of Atlanta, help is on the way in the form of what city officials are calling Operation Clean Sweep.

Services under Operation Clean Sweep include cleaning up illegal dump sites and street litter, maintaining right-of-way areas, removing illegal signs, removing animal carcasses, and improving residential and bulk trash pick-up.

The City’s Department of Public Works, Department of Parks and Recreation, Department of Transportation and ATL311 have combined resources to better maintain the City’s public spaces and increase responsiveness to areas in need of focused attention. 


Atlanta residents and businesses can report issues and request services by contacting the City by dialing 311 (inside Atlanta City limits) or 404-546-0311; visit FixITATL.com; download the ATL311 mobile app in Google Play or the App Store; or follow us on social at media @ATL311.



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