Challenge yourself and others by taking 15 minutes to pick up litter. Packages are available at Edmonton Public Libraries, starting May 5, 2018 while supplies last. Or, grab a bag and glove from home!
Keeping our city clean is a shared responsibility.
Capital City Clean Up offers a number of different programs to reduce or prevent litter and graffiti. From community and team-building exercises to volunteer opportunities and fundraising events, there's something for everyone.
Keep these safety tips and recommendations in mind when taking part in a CCCU activity.
Help keep Edmonton beautiful and check out our programs.
Our Litter Kit program has ended for 2018. Thanks to the more than 8000 volunteers who took part in clean-ups all over the City and worked so hard to keep Edmonton clean and safe.
Our Litter Kit Program will commence again on March 1, 2019, so keep checking the website for more information.
For an opportunity to clean up in the River Valley or City Parks, groups of 50 or more individuals can sign up by email email@example.com. A facilitator will work with you to confirm a designated park and to coordinate supply pickup.
Each spring, dozens of Edmonton community groups apply for help to get rid of any large, bulky items cluttering up the back alleys, streets or other areas in their neighbourhoods. Under the Community Bin Grant Program, the City offers funds on a first-come, first-served basis that can be used for bin rentals (including the truck, driver and disposal costs) and truck rentals to drive through the area and collect large items.