City of Scottsboro to Conduct Sparkle and Shine Initiative
Scottsboro, AL (April 25, 2022)- The City of Scottsboro in partnership with Keep Alabama
Beautiful will be conducting the first of many Sparkle and Shine initiatives on Saturday, May 6,
2022 from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Roll off dumpsters will be placed at 218 Poplar Street (Carver High
School parking lot) and Maple Avenue (the corner of Maple Avenue and Tupelo Pike) on May 6ᵗʰ from
9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
The following items cannot be put in a roll off:
• Concrete, dirt and similar material, asphalt, stumps, limbs and brush, tires, batteries,
liquids, petroleum products, medical waste, hazardous waste (chemicals, pesticides, antifreeze,
etc.), paint, or household garbage.
“This Sparkle and Shine initiative is one way to showcase our city and emphasize our great quality
of life in Scottsboro,” said Mayor Jim McCamy. “It takes every one of us to keep Scottsboro clean
and inviting. Please join us in this effort to ensure Scottsboro stays Someplace Special.”
This is the first of many planned Sparkle and Shine initiatives planned for the City of Scottsboro.
Over the next few months, roll offs will be placed in other parts of town so that everyone has a
chance to participate in the cleanup. More information about when and where these roll offs will be
placed will be given at a later date. Councilwoman Nita Tolliver, who has been instrumental
in bringing back the Sparkle and Shine initiative said, “We are not afraid to reach for the stars
when it comes to taking care of our city. Let’s join in together, bringing back that Scottsboro
Sparkle and Shine.”
If you have any questions about items you would like to dispose of in the roll off on May 6ᵗʰ,
please call the Scottsboro Solid Waste Department at (256) 259-5548.