Volunteers Wanted For “Clean Everett Day” June 11th

May 20, 2022

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The City of Everett, Washington is looking for volunteers to help clean sidewalks, parks and public spaces across the city on June 11th. If you’re interested in helping here’s what you need to know.

Volunteers needed June 11th from 10 AM – 2 PM.

The City of Everett, Everett neighborhood associations and community partners are teaming up for Clean Everett Day, a “spring clean” event to pick up trash and debris around the city. Community members are invited to volunteer to join the communitywide effort on Saturday, June 11.

Everett neighborhood associations and community partners will be organizing community cleanups throughout the city with a team of volunteers. The community cleanup teams will collect trash and debris in parks, along streets and sidewalks and in other public spaces, and transfer them to collection sites for disposal.

Volunteers are needed to participate in the neighborhood clean ups to pick up trash and debris in the community, and to monitor the collection sites to direct traffic and assist cleanup teams with trash disposal.

“Everett neighborhoods have been organizing individual community cleanups for years and this year we decided to make it a communitywide effort to help beautify our city,” said Nichole Webber, project manager at the City. “We’re really excited to get the whole community involved in this effort, get to know our neighbors and share our Everett pride.”

Community partners include Rubatino Refuse Removal, Inc. which is donating several dumpsters for the project which will be placed at select Everett Public Schools. Forterra is also helping with volunteer and cleanup efforts to support Clean Everett Day.

Learn more and sign up to join neighborhood cleanup teams at everettwa.gov/clean.



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