Trash is quickly accumulating on some streets out in rural neighborhoods of Webb County and officials say it could affect the quality of life for those residents. But Colonias out on 359 will soon be getting a much needed clean up. And county officials say it’s going to take the participation of residents in those areas to clean up the neighborhoods. Our Annette Garcia has the details. Most Laredo drivers won't go by here too often. But in these Colonias off 359 in east Webb County is where home is for hundreds of people. Streets lined with trash, some corners are a dumpsite. With the help of a grant, the self-help center and TAMIU, county officials have announced plans for a clean up. “We will be picking up tires, sofas, appliances.” A chance to give residents here a better quality of life. But officials say residents must also take note, and strive to help themselves. “There’s over 40 thousand people living in rural areas and we're very committed but we need their support.” Cleaning up the Colonias has been an ongoing effort for some time but the trash keep re-appearing. County officials hope to one day see the problem phase out for good. “I think it’s a combination of things. People don’t have transportation where the trash is supposed to go.” “Things like this are a health hazard.” And though there has been education about not letting trash pile up, county officials say there’s still a way to go. “We are asking Colonia residents to please join us in the campaign cleanup so we can provide a better environment for these residents.” Until then, clean-up efforts will continue. The clean up will take place Monday and Tuesday from 7 a.m. To 3 p.m. At the Colonias listed on your screen. County officials are asking for the participation of residents to keep the area clean. They will be collecting trash that is outside of private property lines. No hazardous materials, junked vehicles or commercial tires will be collected.