Save The Date for the March 23 Clean City Block Captains Meeting!

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The City of New Brunswick seeks the help of community residents like you to help keep its streets clean!

The New Brunswick Clean City Block Captains program utilizes the volunteer efforts of residents to promote litter cleanups and community awareness of proper litter disposal. These efforts make a big difference in the cleanliness of our City!

All residents are encouraged to become Clean City Block Captains. These special volunteers are responsible for conducting mini-cleanups on their neighborhood block throughout the year. They are also tasked with educating their neighbors about the significance of keeping their neighborhood clean.

This grassroots effort keeps litter off the streets and builds community bonds block by block.

An orientation meeting for the program will take place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 23 at the HUB Teen Center, 411 Joyce Kilmer Avenue.

Light refreshments will be served, Block Captain supplies will be handed out and prizes will be awarded. All are welcome to attend and learn about litter clean up initiatives in the City of New Brunswick!

Block Captains take it upon themselves to make a positive impact on the City. They do M.O.R.E.!

Motivate others

Organize mini-cleanups

Recruit Block Captains and Report issues

Educate neighbors

The City of New Brunswick provides its Block Captains with bags, gloves, educational materials in English and Spanish and technical support to aid in the cleanup process.

Anyone that wishes to receive more information about this program is encouraged to call (732) 745-5245.

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