FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Team Up to Clean Up for Cruisin’
D’Iberville, MISS., Wednesday, September 27, 2017— The City of D’Iberville is announcing a litter cleanup campaign within the city limits of D’Iberville along major corridors and arterial roadways according to City Manager Clay Jones.
On Monday, October 2, city employees will partner with local businesses and volunteers to Team Up To Clean Up for Cruisin’ the Coast during the hours of 8:30A.M. – 11:30A.M. Local businesses are encouraged to participate by tidying up their business entrances and picking up trash and tobacco litter along their access roads. Harrison County Beatification has joined efforts to clean up by donating trash bags for the event. Any participating business or organization needing trash bags may contact the Project Coordinator, Leslie Robertson at 228-273-3334.
“The City of D’Iberville is proud of the partnership between our City and the business community to make the best impression to visitors, tourists, and citizens,” said City Manager Clay Jones. As the Gateway to the Mississippi Coast, D’Iberville takes pride in keeping our community clean and inviting.
Focus areas for the clean-up include Auto Mall Parkway, Rodriguez Street, I-110, D’Iberville Blvd, Central Avenue, Popps Ferry Road, Promenade Parkway, Sangani Boulevard, Lamey Bridge Road, and Lemoyne Boulevard.