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Community Priorities, Issues & concerns
Capital Improvement Program FY2013
In an unprecedented move, the Mayor's Office is inviting the public to participate in development of the FY2014 (July 2013 - June 2014) Capital Improvement Program budget through recognized community planning groups. Previously, the public could not provide input until the draft budget was published on April 15. This year the public is encouraged to suggest projects (studies, design, construction) before city staff starts work in December
What is scavenging and how can I report it?
Scavenging is the act of unauthorized persons going through recycling or refuse containers, whether the containers are located on City or private property.Like illegal dumping, scavenging is a crime in San Diego, and it is taken very seriously by the City.
Every year, scavengers steal thousands of dollars in recyclables from the City's curbside program, which makes the program less cost efficient and ultimately costs taxpayers. To help keep scavengers from taking your recyclables, place your container out at 7 a.m. in the morning, just before collection, rather than the night before.
To help stop this crime, the City encourages anyone who encounters a scavenging incident that has already taken place to report it. If you observe someone scavenging, please take down the following information:
To report scavenging, please submit a Trash/Litter/Recycling Service Request or contact the Environmental Services Department at 858-694-7000 Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
After Business Hours, During Weekends, or Holidays
San Diego Police Department
Contact your city representative, Gary Warren, GWarren@SanDiego.gov
With adequate information and an eyewitness who is willing to testify, the City can and will pursue prosecution.