Tillamook Mayor Weber and the City Council have issued a proclamation in recognition of National Garbage May Day on June 17, 2017 and have asked citizens to express their gratitude for the service provided by the men and women in the sanitation workforce in the community.
Those who work in the sanitation industry provide a very valuable and necessary service to all residents in Tillamook. The history of sanitation is interesting and provides the reasons for the existence of a sanitation industry. If you would like to learn more, please go here: GarbageManDay.org
Tillamook will honor and recognize those in the sanitary industry for the entire week, June 17 – 24, 2017. Please take a few minutes to thank those who service our community by collecting, recycling, and administering garbage collection as well as those involved in all community sanitation services provided, such as trash collectors, haulers, sewage workers, street cleaners, and sanitation workers.
It takes all citizens to help keep a community clean. These people are on the front lines daily. A thank you and/or small token of your appreciation will show them!
To view the City of Tillamook Waste and Recycling Workers Week please go here: City Proclamation