Stonehenge/Creekside Neighborhood Cleanup, January 20, 8 AM to 12 PM
Limpieza de barrio 20 de enero, de 8 AM a 12 PM
*This event is for the Stonehenge/Creekside Neighborhood only, see below to learn how you can arrange an event for your neighborhood*
Project Leaders will need to:
Survey neighborhood interest to ensure resources are necessary
Identify clear neighborhood boundaries for clean-up event
Meet with KACCB/Solid Waste/Sheriff’s Office staff at site to determine event location and ability to place roll-offs and collection trucks
Select a date/time that works with all partners
Publicize the event to through flyers, list serves, etc. (IMPORTANT – it must only be publicized within your neighborhood)
Serve as main contact for resident questions
Help recruit volunteers
Support the collection of recyclable materials during the event (metal, tires, electronics, household hazardous waste, etc. ) as a part of the clean-up
Optional – plan food, tabling, tents, etc.
Optional – Identify littered roads in selected area to be cleaned by neighborhood volunteers. This creates visibility and ownership of the neighborhood and makes a bigger impact on the neighborhood clean-up effort.
Provide a flyer/poster template for Project Leaders to use
Complete a site visit and create a plan for roll-off locations and traffic flow
Work with Program leader to supplement event volunteers
Pay for staff overtime, roll-off fees, and tipping fees
Provide vests, grab-its, garbage bags, etc. for volunteers cleaning littered roadways.
Neighborhoods interested in hosting a neighborhood clean-up should contact Stacee Farrell, Executive Director at Keep Athens-Clarke County Beautiful (KACCB) @ (706) 613-3501 x7861 or email@example.com