Stop-Think-Go Green-Keep New Brunswick Clean!
In an effort to reduce litter the City of New Brunswick has implemented a litter reduction educational program: Stop-Think-Go Green-Keep New Brunswick Clean! The litter reduction educational program supplements the placement of additional city litter receptacles, continued mechanical and hand street sweeping, continued Clean Communities volunteer cleanups, School Kids Sweep Up Day, Urban Cleanup Week, inspections and the Clean City Block Captain program.
The next Clean City Block Captain meeting will be on Monday, March 23, 2015 at 7:00pm at the Library at 60 Livingston Avenue in the Carl. T. Valenti community room. New Brunswick residents are encouraged to attend. Residents can register to become a Block Captain for their block, get supplies, educational material in English and Spanish, meet other Block Captains and learn about the City’s litter reduction initiatives. Please join us to become part of the solution. Call the Division of Clean Communities for more information at 732-745-5245.
August 19th the New Brunswick Environmental Commission hosted the Clean City Block Captain Meeting. Block Captains not only help keep their neighborhoods clean, but they take it upon themselves to make a positive impact on the City. They do M.O.R.E.
Organize mini clean-ups
Recruit block captains and Report issues
Anyone interested in becoming a Clean City Block Captain can contact the Division of Clean Communities at 732-745-5245 or email the Environmental Commission at NBEC@cityofnewbrunswick.org or fill out the application below and mail it to:
The City of New Brunswick
Division of Clean Communities
400 Jersey Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
- Clean City Block Captain Tools
- Five Easy Steps to a Clean City
- Mini Cleanup Guidelines for Block Captains