The city of Jacksonville continues its campaign for cleaner neighborhoods by offering cash for trash this weekend.
Saturday will mark the fifth annual Tire & Sign Buyback.
Duval County residents with a valid identification, such as a driver’s license, can exchange up to 40 illegal snipe signs for 50 cents a sign.
Snipe signs are commonly found in the public right-of-way, placed into the ground with thin metal stakes. They are commonly used to advertise a variety of businesses or causes.
The city is also buying back up to ten old tires per person at two dollars each.
The buyback starts at 8 a.m. Saturday morning in Parking Lot J at EverBank Field.
It’s part of the city’s ongoing Fight Blight initiative.