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Operation Clean Sweep
Let's Do This Together!
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Drive down the streets of Pittsburg.    Are you pleased with how your community looks?

Operation Clean Sweep is a campaign to encourage the participation of all citizens in helping to beautify the City of Pittsburg. The program’s intent is to get everyone involved in the cleanup.  The campaign hopes to build and maintain pride among those living in the community and create an inviting environment for visitors.

Click here to download our Operation Clean Sweep Brochure

Click here to visit our SEK Recycling center website.

How it works:

  • A friendly reminder will be left on your door if there are any code violations that need to be addressed.
  • A list of available programs with funds to assist with repairs and other information will be left on your door.
  • Owners of home or businesses that are vacant or without a water meter; contact us. Let’s discuss options!

How can you help keep our community beautiful?

Emergency Repair - Make necessary repairs to your home that are essential! Repair to be health or safety related. Deferred loans to those who income qualify.

Paint Pittsburg – Paint your Home! City will reimburse up to $100.00 towards cost to paint the outside of your home. Apply BEFORE work begins.  Click here to learn more.

Tax Rebate Program – Building new or making any improvements to your home or business could qualify you for a tax rebate for 5 years. Apply BEFORE work begins. Click here to learn more.

Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program – Make necessary repairs! Low interest loans available to homeowners who income qualify. Click here to learn more.

Questions about Operation Clean Sweep?

1. How can I help?
Clean up around your home, make needed repairs, and help others in your neighborhood.

2. Are there volunteer opportunities to help other homeowners?
Check with your local churches and civic organizations or call us.

3. How will I know if my property is identified in the program?
There will be a friendly reminder left on your door.

4. What if I cannot afford to do the necessary repairs?
Contact the Community Development & Housing Office.

Bill Beasley    
Codes Enforment office
201 West 4th Street
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Ph: (620) 231-4170
Fx: (620) 231-2103

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Deena Hallacy    

Community Development & Housing Office
603 N. Pine Street
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Ph: (620) 232-1210
Fx: (620) 231-3453

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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