Prevent Invasive MusselsFor information, please call Lake County Water Resources (707) 263-2344, or visit their web site at http://www.nomussels.com
The Community Solution to Pollution
The County of Lake, City of Lakeport, City of Clearlake and East Lake and West Lake Resource Conservation District support many community involvement activities. The success of many of these activities depend upon and have been a great success due to volunteer efforts.
For County unincorporated areas, visit the Lake County Public Works Adopt-A-Road page.
For the City of Lakeport, please call (707) 263-5613
For the City of Clearlake, please call (707) 994-8201
Annual Stream CleanupsThe East Lake and West Lake Resource Conservation District coordinate yearly Creek Clean up events throughout Lake County. Creeks cleaned are in response to public concerns and involvement. For more information on starting a creek cleanup in your area, contact the East Lake and West Lake RCD.
889 Lakeport Blvd.
Lakeport, CA 95453
Hazardous WasteHousehold hazardous wastes will be collected from Lake County residents. See Hazmobile Events for more information.
Street SweepingLake County Public Works Staff regularly sweep streets within the unincorporated areas of the County on a fixed schedule that is flexible upon need. In the unincorporated communities of Lake County, please wait until after Noon (12 pm) to park vehicles on the streets designated for street sweeping on days listed below.
|Monday||Kelseyille: Main St & back streets, 1/2 Rivieras|
|Tuesday||Rest of Kelseyville, Lower Lake, Clearlake Oaks|
|Thursday||1/2 Rivieras, Extra sweeping as requested|
|Friday||Upper Lake, Nice, Lucerne, and Lakeport|
Other unincorporated communities areas are swept once a month or as needed.
The Keys, Orchard Shores, Kono Tayee, Loch Lomond area, and additional passes on Main St. Kelseyville as needed. In the Fall of the year DPW crews will clean out drop inlets.
The City of Lakeport regularly sweeps streets within the City on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Contact the City to confirm which streets are serviced and do not park on the streets on the designated day.
Currently the City of Clearlake does not have a street sweeping program.