Pleasant View City Wide Yard Sale - April 8, 2017. Courtesy of Pleasant View Parks and Recreation.

Yard Sales this weekend, Saturday, April 8 from 7:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. for the Pleasant View Annual City Wide Yard Sale event!

The city is expecting approximately 62 yard sales according to the number of participants registered prior to the end of March deadline – Some are multi-family Yard Sales.

Although 62 yard sales have been registered there is a good chance more than sixty-two will be held throughout the city.

Participants registered were added to location list and map which is being provided by The City of Pleasant View.  The FREE list of locations and map can be picked up at Pleasant View City Hall during business hours, Pleasant View Post Office or can be found below or on Google Maps at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CAhN-jPr3GUUOecolM96grGXt1s&usp=sharing

Pleasant View City Wide Yard Sale – April 8, 2017. Courtesy of Pleasant View Parks and Recreation. www.townofpleasantview.comhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1CAhN-jPr3GUUOecolM96grGXt1s&usp=sharing
Pleasant View City Wide Yard Sale – April 8, 2017. Courtesy of Pleasant View Parks and Recreation. www.townofpleasantview.comhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1CAhN-jPr3GUUOecolM96grGXt1s&usp=sharing

A Goodwill truck and personnel will be at Pleasant View City Hall Saturday, April 8, from 2:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. to collect all donations and provide tax related receipts.


Cheatham News would like to thank The City of Pleasant View and Pleasant View Parks Recreation for putting the annual event together, Goodwill for providing their services to the Pleasant View community and participants keeping this annual event a success!  

*Public Notice Information above provided by The Town of Pleasant View and Pleasant View Parks and Recreation. – Cheatham News (c) 2017

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