Pasadena’s windstorm 2011 wrecked havoc for many home owners and residents. Property damage was in the millions and as we are recovering and the streets are finally free from fallen trees, branches and other debris, the city is providing a great service – free mulch!
Millions of pounds of green debris collected from the December windstorm has been ground up and will be available to the public for free in February. Any non-commercial Pasadena resident with a shovel and something to carry the mulch with is welcome to it.
Mulch is an important organic protective cover placed over soil to help retain moisture, return nutrients, discourage weed growth and encourage seed germination and healthy plant growth.
Free mulch will be available starting Wed., Feb. 1, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Robinson Park, 1081 N. Fair Oaks Ave., in the parking lot on Morton Street.
For more information about free mulch or other city recycling programs, contact Public Works Customer Service at (626) 744-4087.
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