Citywide Cleanup

 

Office of the Mayor is promoting a campaign to clean our city. ‘Make Progress Not Litter’ is an effort to bring awareness and resolve to the effects of litter in our community.

This Saturday, August 26th, we will be conducting a service day focused on eliminating litter and bringing the community together to make an impact in our neighborhoods. Those who wish to volunteer are asked to meet at Southeast School, 2001 Ohio Street at 8:00 am. Volunteers will receive a light breakfast, vest and gloves (while supplies last) before heading out to predetermined areas of need in the city. Volunteers will reassemble at noon at the school for an Appreciation Lunch. Contact Cassandra Shaw at (870) 730-2004 for more information on the cleanup.

Going forward, each 4th Saturday of the month, churches and organizations are asked to take ownership of their immediate neighborhoods and put together a team that will meet each month to pick up trash in their area. If you have questions about the monthly clean-up efforts, please call Evelyn Horton at (870) 730-2031.

Pine Bluff is a City of Progress. We need volunteers to help

Make Progress, Not Litter by joining in this effort.

For further information, please contact the Office of the Mayor 870-730-2000 ext. 7

The logo was designed by summer youth employee William Fells. He is a graduate of Ridgeway Christian High School and a student at Howard University.  

 

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