Citizen Driven Cleanups Continue In Everett

October 9, 2017

Events in Everett

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Got a little free time and a pair of gloves?

From adopting an alley and promising to clean it once a week to coordinating a one-day clean up of all the school grounds on a Saturday, people around Everett are working on their own and with the city to clean up public spaces. The movement started about a year ago but has really picked up steam over the past few months. Here’s another cleanup brought to our attention. It is set for this Sunday, October 15th from 1 – 3 PM at Maggie’s Park at the intersection of Everett Avenue and West Marine View Drive. From the Facebook Event Flyer

Hi Neighbors!

I live in the Rucker Hill neighborhood and often run to the Everett marina area. Lately, there has been an excess of trash and people hanging around at Maggie’s Park close to the entrance of the Pigeon Creek trail. In fact, the Port closed access to the beach because of this.

I need your help in cleaning up this area so that we can all access the waterfront without walking/running in trash and said people who use this area as their home.

Please wear gloves and sturdy shoes. The City of Everett will be supplying garbage bags and will pick up afterwards. They can also supply trash pickers and gloves – please keep your RSVP up-to-date so that we can get the necessary supplies!

Questions? 425-610-9311.


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