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Join the Annual Philly Spring Cleanup on April 6

A person sweeps a park walkway

The annual Philly Spring Cleanup will take place on Saturday, April 6! It’s the largest citywide cleanup of the year, and we need your help to make it a success.

Registering your project

Why register your project? We’ll list it on the official Philly Spring Cleanup website so that volunteers can find it and sign up to support it.

Plus we’ll assist in planning, collect trash and recyclables from your cleanup, and provide these supplies:

  • Trash bags
  • Rakes
  • Gloves
  • Shovels
  • Brooms

Register by Friday, March 22!

Directions:

Click here to complete the application online.

Log in to the site. If you registered last year, you’ll need to create a new password for this year by clicking “Need a New Password.” If you’ve never registered a project before, click “register” on the top right to get started.

Click “Submit Project” at the top left of the screen. Then fill out the details of your project.

Volunteering for a project

We depend on the thousands of volunteers who take part in cleaning their neighborhoods and parks each year. Your enthusiasm and dedication will make this the best year yet!

Choose from about 300 projects all over the city. You can stay local or help a different neighborhood. Grab a friend or neighbor and volunteer together!

Directions:

Click here to find a project and volunteer.

Log in to the site. If you registered last year, you’ll need to create a new password for this year by clicking “Need a New Password.” If you’ve never registered a project before, click “register” on the top right to get started.

Click “Volunteer for a Project” at the top of the screen.

Click the dropdown menu or use the map to choose a neighborhood and explore the available projects.

Click “Sign Me Up” next to the project that’s right for you!

City of Philadelphia official cleanup project

This year, the Mayor’s Office and City of Philadelphia employees will head to Kensington for our Philly Spring Cleanup project!

It’s part of the Philadelphia Resilience Project, our emergency response to the opioid crisis. This will be the fifth major cleanup in the neighborhood since November 2018.

Resilience Project for Philly Spring Cleanup
Hope Park
215 E. Indiana Avenue
9 a.m. – 12 noon
Parking available at 100 E. Tusculum Street and 3000 A Street (building side)

The project will be listed on the Philly Spring Cleanup website soon. You can also RSVP here.

Share your hard work on social media

Taking pictures is part of the fun during the Philly Spring Cleanup! Be sure to use the hashtag #PhillySpringCleanup.

gloucestercitynews.net | March 30, 2019

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