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2017 Great American Cleanup

 The 2017 Great American Cleanup begins taking registrations on Feb. 20. School groups, 4-H clubs, Boy Scout troops, and other volunteers are needed to help with this effort to improve our community. The Great American Cleanup is the nation’s largest annual litter pickup, beautification, and community improvement program.

During the 2016 Great American Cleanup, volunteers picked up enough litter from public places in Clark County to fill 522 trash bags. We hope this year’s Cleanup will remove even more litter from our roadways, parks, and other spots and make Clark County truly clean and green.

In 2016, the Great American Cleanup enlisted 1,200 volunteers in Clark County. Those people – both children and adults – gave 2,350 hours of their time.

School groups play a major role in the Great American Cleanup. Participating in the Cleanup can be an extension of classroom lessons about community service, nature, and the environment.

Keep Clark County Beautiful, the local affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, sponsors the Great American Cleanup in Clark County


How to Get Involved

Organize a group of volunteers, then pick a public place and a date (from March 1 through May 31) to clean it up. 

KCCB will provide each group with trash bags and gloves, a token prize for each volunteer, and help with pickup of collected litter, if needed. 

Register by filling out the form on page 2. You can also go to www.32TRASH.org or call (937) 521-2023.


Great American Cleanup Forms:
Great American Cleanup Signup Sheet
Sign In Sheet
Survey