Adopt A Street
One of the City of Apache Junction goals is to keep its streets free of litter. We encourage motorists to dispose of litter properly. Scheduling regular maintenance and the Adopt-A-Street program contributes to achieving the City's goal. The Adopt-A-Street program encourages groups, organizations, families and businesses to pick up litter along a specific length of street. Appropriate signage is erected by the City showing the groups litter control effort. Groups will be allowed to pick up litter on designated sections of the street under a City permit subject to the conditions and rules specified in the attached policy and procedures for the Adopt-A-Street program.
Policies and Procedures Sign Grid Safety Requirements
City Surplus Property
Residents of Apache Junction have the ability to place a bid online in the comfort of your own home 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. The website address is http://www.publicsurplus.com to see property that has been listed by other agencies as well as the City of Apache Junction. Feel free to contact Heather Hodgman with the Public Works Department if you have any questions, (480) 474-8500.
The city currently has an online auction with copier toner, tables, chairs, video equipment, desks, etc. The auction will be held from July 20th - August 3, 2017.
The City of Apache Junction Public Works Department has been working closely with the Police Department and Code Compliance in locating graffiti within the city limits. All 3 departments have worked diligently to improve the performance of the Graffiti Program. The turn around time from discovery of graffiti to its removal is currently 3.64 days 90% of the time.
Citizens may contact the Police Department at (480) 982-8260 or the Public Works Department at (480) 982-1055 to report graffiti.
Household Hazardous Waste
The city holds our annual household hazardous waste event around February/March of each year at the Public Works Facility located at 575 E Baseline Ave. These events collect hazardous materials, electronic waste, tires, document shredding and white goods. For questions, please contact Heather Hodgman at (480) 474-8500.
The city has 3 electric vehicle charging stations located at the Multi-Generational Center at 1035 S Idaho Rd. For additional information about electric charging stations the following websites are available www.carcharging.com or www.blinknetwork.com.