Glassell Park Dumpsters & Bin Rental
Glassell Park Dumpster Rental is more economical because Dumpstars is now servicing all areas of the Los Angeles County.
We Deliver 3,4 & 6 yard dumpsters in the City of Los Angeles & LA County.
Above: 6 yard dumpster bin attached to a pick-up.
6 yard dumpster from $200 (inc. taxes). 8 yard dumpsters from $270 (inc. taxes).
The Dumpstars 6 yard dumpster is perfect for cleaning out a garage or pulling out a bathroom or kitchen. It comfortably fits about 5 rooms of carpet and underlay. Or if you are moving house, we find that the 6 cubic yard dumpster is the right size for about 85 percent of our customers. Some need another bin, whilst others don't quite fill it. For Glassell Park dumpster rental requirements where access is often an issue the Dumpstars 6 cubic dumpster is perfect.
For those who have bigger renovation jobs, or are doing a more extensive clean out, our 8 cubic yard dumpster is probably more suitable.
6 cubic yard dumpster dimensions (inside bin). Approximately 6 feet wide, 6 feet deep, and 5 feet high.
Above: 6 yard dumpster with a person alongside for size comparison.
6 yard dumpster from $200 (inc. taxes).
Glassell Park Dumpster Ordering
Telephone: 888-818-6488 to place an order.
Our telephone is answered 7 days a week. If you are calling out of hours, enter your postcode when prompted, and you will be directed to your local Dumpstars location.
Glassell Park History & Neighborhood
Glassell Park borders Atwater Village and the Los Angeles River on the west, the city of Glendale on the northwest, Eagle Rock on the northeast, Mount Washington on the southeast and Cypress Park on the south. The district's boundaries are roughly the city of Glendale on the north, the Los Angeles River on the west, Division Street on the southeast, El Paso Drive and York Boulevard on the northeast.
The neighborhood is split between Los Angeles City Council districts 13 and 14, with a small portion in district 1. It is part of California's 31st congressional district, lies within zip code 90065, and the area code is 323.
The neighborhood is located in a relatively hilly region of Los Angeles. While the hills often provide spectacular views, they can also become unstable, as happened during the unusually wet 2004-05 rainy season, during which hillsides slid down and destroyed several houses. Like many hillside areas in Southern California, hillside areas of Glassell Park are susceptible to wildfires, leading the LAFD to impose parking restrictions on certain streets during high-fire-danger "red flag" days.
Today Glassell Park is largely working class, Latino, White, and Filipino. The neighborhood has been significantly affected by the Southern California real estate boom that began in the early 2000s. An influx of middle-class families have moved into the neighborhood, attracted by the abundance of Craftsman homes and relatively low prices. Despite such gentrification, sections of Glassell Park, however, have remained plagued by gang-related crime and violence.
Near the center of Glassell Park, on Verdugo Road, is the Glassell Park Recreation Center. Along San Fernando Road and adjacent to the L.A. River is the Rio de Los Angeles State Park, built on part of the Taylor Yard railway switching facility.