The City of Utica is having our annual City Wide Cleanup as Part of the Great American Cleanup and Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful on in conjunction with Earth Day
April 21, 2018 – Rain Date – Saturday, April 28, 2018
(If you have scheduled you cleanup for a different date please email me the specifics)
We generally have about 400 – 500 volunteers that day
We have scheduled a coordination meeting for the Great American Cleanup for Utica on:
We hope to see you there!
The City needs to know when and where all cleanups are taking place so we can coordinate pick-up the trash you collect.
- The City Wide Clean-up is for trash and litter along the streets.
- We ask everyone to separate green waste from trash as much as possible.
- This is NOT a time to clean out your basement, garage etc.
- Those items can be placed on the curb in accordance with the procedures for solid waste disposal
Please feel free to contact me at any time. Additional Information If you cannot make this meeting . . .
TO ALL CLEAN-UP TEAMS:
You have confirmed the interest of your team to take part in the 2018 Clean-up. Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful through the resources of the Oneida Herkimer Solid Waste Authority (OHSWA) is now collecting your location and date of clean-up. By visiting the link: http://www.ohswa.org/recycle/great-american-cleanup/
You will find information about the clean-up and can provide your information and register the team.
We look forward to your participation.
Sincerely, Sam Russo: Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful
National Information: We Thank You! With your support, Keep America Beautiful continues to build and sustain vibrant communities.
It’s the time of year when we pause for reflection and express our gratitude for the support of our friends, families — and you!
We take great pride in bringing people together to transform public spaces into beautiful places. The impact of our actions keeps communities environmentally healthy, economically sound and socially connected.
Thanks to our powerful network of community-based affiliates, corporate sponsors and millions of volunteers, we are:
• Removing litter and debris — for safer, cleaner communities;
• Planting trees and gardens — to strengthen our communities’ green infrastructure;
• Revitalizing parks and nature trails — to encourage recreation and play;
• Recycling right — to give our garbage another life; and
• Restoring urban and rural business districts — to spur economic impact and rebuild public spaces, renewing social connections.