The City of Bozeman’s Sustainability, Neighborhoods, and Solid Waste Divisions are partnering with the Bozeman Beautification Advisory Board to once again host Clean-up Day on Saturday, April 23 starting at 8 AM at the Bozeman Public Library with a Kick-off & Welcome from Mayor Carson Taylor. Clean-up Day is part of the worldwide Earth Day annual event.
The City of Bozeman has coordinated this event locally for 33 years and successfully mobilizes hundreds of volunteers of all ages from community organizations, local businesses, and government agencies each year. Volunteers of all ages are encouraged to sign up to clean up online at www.bozeman.net/CleanupDay and will be given complimentary reusable totes with coupons, flyers, and giveaways in addition to cleanup necessities: gloves, vests, and bags for collecting trash and recyclables at the kick-off. The City of Bozeman encourages all Bozemanites to come together on April 23rd to keep Bozeman clean and preserve it for future generations to enjoy. In order to coordinate such a large scale event, the City of Bozeman is currently seeking community members and corporate volunteer teams to coordinate cleanup sites.
This event is sponsored by Clean-up Bozeman, the City of Bozeman Solid Waste Division’s new program that offers groups a chance to get outside, work together, and clean up our community at any time during the year.
For more information and to sign up for the cleanup, please visit www.bozeman.net/CleanupDay or contact Jessica Johnson, Bozeman Neighborhood Coordinator at 582-2274 or email@example.com.
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