Join in and become part of the trend. Be a part of the 2014 Urban Clean Up Week activities.
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Mon. April 21, 2014 Make Your Storefront Look Great Day –Businesses do their part by removing litter & cleaning up to24” into the street. Washing sidewalks, removing graffiti & cleaning windows.
Tues. April 22, 2014 School Kids Sweep Up Day
5th graders from select City schools will clean up litter at
school & in the neighborhood surrounding the school. Students
will be educated about litter and how their actions can help
protect the environment. Students will then participate in a
Clean City Celebration and play in the Slam Dunk the Junk
Wed. April 23, 2014 It’s Earth Day at DPW – Residents can drop-off paint, paint related items, TV’s &
Computers for recycling at DPW from 9am-2pm. Residents can
pick up 20 FREE biodegradable leaf bags per property.
Residents can take FREE compost & mulch while supplies last.
Thurs. April 24, 2014 Tidy-Up Thursday – Non-Profits & Houses of Worship do a quick pickup of litter ontheir own property.
Fri. April 25, 2014 Flower Up Friday
The first 200 New Brunswick residents can pick up2 FREE 4-packs of annual flowers at Livingston Park Nursery
near Livingston Avenue at 1036 How Lane from 8am-6pm.Additional flowers can be purchased for 20% off that day for
New Brunswick residents only.
Sat. April 26, 2014 Large Volunteer Group Cleanup Day
Large Volunteer Groups conduct litter cleanups at variouslocations throughout the City.
Sun. April 27, 2014 Sweep-up Sunday
Residents’ cleanup litter on their own front lawns, sidewalks, curbs & 24” into the street.
Earth Day is officially Tuesday, April 22, 2014.We encourage everyone to celebrate by taking steps to
Keep New Brunswick Clean, Save Natural Resources & to Protect Our Earth!
Call 732-745-5245 or go to www.cityofnewbrunswick.org for more information.