If you're a homeowner you know that repairs and clean-up never ends. With the rains that we've gotten for the past few weeks, your garden is probably in need of a lot of care right now. If you don't have the tools to do that, getting that job done can be a real hassle not to mention expensive. Garden tools are a hit to your wallet but if you want to do some work to your front and back yards, the City of El Paso has just the ticket for you.

The Community Tool Shed is the place to go to get some gardening tools to work on your yard and they're free. You can borrow gardening tools like lawnmowers, shovels, rakes, and brooms from the Community Tool Shed. You do have to be 18 years old or older with a valid ID to borrow tools from the Community Tool Shed. Tools are available on a first-come, first-served basis so you can call to find out what tools are available.

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The Community Tool Sheds are open on Tuesdays - Saturdays from 800 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. You will need a water bill and a valid ID and you can keep the tools up to 72 hours. The City also has things like free paint and free mulch as well. Just click on the link above for more information on those free programs. You can even get things like:

Reusable Household Products:
Carpet Cleaner
Oven Cleaner
Fertilizer
Pesticides/Herbicides
Furniture Polish
Wood Preservative
Wood Stain
Paint Thinner
Car Wax
Brake Fluid
Antifreeze
Adhesives (Glue, putty, caulk)

The addresses for the different Community Tool Sheds are:
2492 Harrison (Central)
1034 Pendale (East)
4501 Hondo Pass (Northeast)
121 Atlantic (West)
3510 Confederate (Far East)