The City of Richardson's annual Trash Bash event will occur April 7, 2018. The event is held in conjunction with Keep Texas Beautiful, and is open to anyone wishing to help clean up the community.
All participants will meet at their designated clean up location on the morning of the event to fill their bags with litter and recyclables. After area clean up, participants will join together at the Richardson Civic Center, 411 W. Arapaho Rd., for an appreciation event.
Register Online or by calling (972) 744-4076. Be sure to mention you're calling to register for Trash Bash.
The Richardson Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association (RCPAAA) is
sponsoring an electronics recycling and document shredding event. For
more information, call 972-656-9636 or visit www.rcpaaa.org.
Acceptable electronics for recycling include: personal and home
electronics, home office equipment and automobile electronics. CRT TVs
or computer monitors cannot be accepted. Flat screen monitors and
televisions are OK.
No hazardous waste items will be accepted. This includes,
but is not limited to, batteries, paint, cleaners and fluorescent bulbs.
Visit www.cor.net/hhw for more information on hazardous waste disposal.
Personal shredding will be limited to what can fit into a car. Your
documents will be destroyed on site, safely and securely by a commercial
shredding company. There is no charge to drop off your unwanted
electronic items and personal shredding for recycling, but donations are
encouraged for the RCPAAA, a 501(c)(3) tax deductible charitable
Trash Bash After Party at CityLine In partnership with Whole Foods Market
2 p.m. - Butterfly Release
Join us in the plaza for a group butterfly release!
3 p.m. - Nature Walk led by Richardson's Parks & Recreation Department
Enjoy this 90-minute walk through CityLine and the Spring Creek Nature area as you learn about the nature and wildlife of the areas. Walk begins at 3 p.m. at the OVER THE MOON sculpture in the CityLine Plaza.
Other Events (1 - 4 p.m.)
Plant Giveaway provided by the City of Richardson (Plants will be given to the first 300 individuals)
Container Gardening Display - Perfect for Apartment Life!
Plus local Earth-Kind Gardening Q&A information booth provided by Collin County Master Gardeners.
Kids Game Zone - Visit the Whole Foods Market Game Zone for fun lawn games, plus Earth Day coloring contest (for kids age 2 - 10) - prizes awarded; winners announced Monday, 4/23
Photo Booth provided by The Social Production Photo Booth
Discounts and special offers at CityLine restaurants
Thank you to: Whole Foods Market CityLine, Collin County Master Gardeners, Texas AgriLife Extension, Richardson's Parks & Recreation Department and The Social Production Photo Booth.