SOUTHERN OREGON — The deadline to apply for Jackson County’s no-cost property clean-up is Monday, June 7th. Jackson County is 80% done with its residential clean-up. After the deadline, you’ll still need to clean up your property, but it’ll be ...

MURPHY, Ore. — 25 people went out into the woods of Josephine County to pick up trash today. The group is part of a club founded in 1974 called ‘Caveman 4 Wheelers’. The club’s leader, Misty Sims, says they go ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —It’s been 5 weeks since Medford’s livability team, began the massive clean-up of the Bear Creek Greenway. The joint effort includes Medford Fire, Medford Parks, and several local non-profit service organizations, who help the homeless. MPD says so ...

JOSEPHINE CO., Ore. — The 29th annual Rogue River clean-up took place in Josephine County this morning. Water Technician for the Rogue Valley Council of Governments and volunteer, Amie Siedlecki, says 61 volunteers showed up to help at Whitehorse County ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —The livability team is on its 3rd week of clean-up along the Bear Creek Greenway. MPD says this week the crew is working on another 9 campsites, it’s completed 13 sites so far. The joint effort includes Medford Fire, Medford ...

PHOENIX, Ore. – Oregon State Rep. Pam Marsh called out a Phoenix mobile home park for asking its residents to contribute money towards the clean-up after the Almeda Fire. She took to Facebook where she said Phoenix’s Greenway Village, is ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — The Jackson County Emergency Operations Center is providing new details about clean up efforts surrounding the Almeda Fire. John Vial with the Emergency Operations Center says setting up mobile home parks and finding transitional housing is ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Cleaning up those falling leaves? You rake it, bag it and then leave it! Rogue Disposal will pick up your bagged leaves for free within city limits. Just rake up your leaves, pack them in a 33-gallon ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — Jackson County is asking residents affected by the fire to not clean up your property yourself. Burn sites could be hazardous with toxic chemicals, unstable trees and dangerous structures. With permission of the property owner, the ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Downtown Medford is a lot cleaner after a local non-profit and the city of Medford teamed up one year ago this week. The Clean Sweep program which started in September of 2018, is a partnership between the ...

Skip to content