You can get outdoors, get a little dirty, and get that feeling of a job well done.
There are plenty of opportunities to help keep Denver beautiful. Join a cleanup or plan your own! This is a great way for groups and individuals to make a difference on an occasional or one time basis. To find out about planned projects already in the works, contact Keep Denver Beautiful, 720-913-1311 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Allow 2 - 3 weeks when planning your own project.
Keep Denver Beautiful provides safety information and cleanup supplies and can arrange to remove the collected trash following the cleanup. Minimum age is 5 or 6 with adult supervision, 16 without. Volunteers should plan on 2 to 4 hours per event.
Keep Denver Beautiful provides the following support for your community cleanups.
Educational Value: Cleanups offer participants the chance to explore details of the urban environment that often go unnoticed.
Please Note: Tools, supplies and trash pickups may not be available for all cleanups. In addition to the above, we can often help with developing flyers and other outreach support.
FREE DROP OFF LOCATIONS!
It only happens ONE DAY a year. Plan your household, neighborhood and block cleanups......take advantage of FREE Drop Sites. Collection trucks will be set up around the city of Denver for residents and neighborhood groups to bring discarded household items, yard waste, re-usable and recycled items.
It's the ultimate Spring Cleaning opportunity! Keep Denver Beautiful sponsors the 2015 Great Denver Cleanup, Saturday, May 9, 2015, 9am to 2pm for ALL Denver residents (bring proof of Denver residency).
For more information call 3-1-1
If you would like to plan a cleanup complete a project registration form (allow 2 weeks), we can provide materials and tools.
Cleanup & Beautification Project Registration & Report
VOLUNTEERS take precaution when doing cleanups!
BOTTLE BOMBS (aka “acid” bombs) have been in the local news recently. Only a few of these devices are reportedly found each year, and it is unlikely that you will find one. However, we want to provide the following tips to help keep you and others safe during cleanups.