Community, News Release

Hayward Mayor Barbara Halliday Participates in the Caltrans & CHP Quarterly Litter Enforcement Day

September 21, 2016

Hayward -  Hayward Mayor Barbara Halliday will participate in the Caltrans and California  Highway  Patrol  Quarterly  Litter  Enforcement  Day  to  increase  public awareness of the litter pick-up and enforcement efforts on Wednesday, September 21,

2016 at 9:00 AM in Hayward.  

In 2015, 153,000 cubic yards of litter were picked up on the highway system statewide, costing $76.5 million.  Caltrans crews in the nine Bay Area counties will pick up litter along Bay Area highways.

Hayward Mayor Barbara Halliday will join Caltrans and the California Highway Patrol with educating the public about litter enforcement, and participate in litter pick up.

Mayor Halliday has always been a very active ally in the fight agains litter and blight in Hayward, often she can be found assisting the Keep Hayward Clean and Green Task Force volunteers for monthly litter removals around the City or cleaning her own adopt-a-block street. 

For information on how to keep your neighbood clean and green or if you would like to join Caltrans or the Keep Hayward Clean and Green Task Force during one of their cleanups please see below.



Keep Hayward Clean and Green




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