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Community Cleanup Day

Community Cleanup Day

15th Annual Community Clean-up Day


The 15th Annual Community Clean-up Day will be held on May 20. Registration will open at 8:30am with volunteer projects to follow from 9am to 12pm. 

This one-day, annual volunteer event rallies hundreds of volunteers to help prepare Boulder Parks and Recreation sites across the city for the summer. Participants help with park beautification, tree plantings, creek cleanups, trail restorations, graffiti removal and more.

In 2017 volunteers can register to help at the following Boulder Parks and Recreation locations; 

  • Boulder Creek Clean-up hosted by Rocky Mountain Anglers 
  • Columbia Cemetery
  • East Boulder Community Park 
  • Scott Carpenter Park

Fill out the Community Clean-up Day Registration Form if you would like to register for this event! 

Additional Locations

We are happy to have other departments within the City of Boulder participate in this event.

Public Works will be hosting a creek clean-up along Skunk Creek and Bear Creek. To learn more about these opportunities email

Open Space and Mountain Parks will be hosting a hike and clean-up at Saw Hill Ponds. Learn more and register for this project.

Neighborhood Projects

Does your neighborhood want to host a project in your local park? If your community would like to host a project please fill out a One Day Project form or email 


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Community Cleanup Day is presented by the Boulder City Improvement Association II (BCIA 2), the City of Boulder and the Daily Camera.

The mission of Boulder City Improvement Association II (BCIA 2) is to help maintain, improve and beautify Boulder’s public lands through directed volunteer efforts, and to provide a convenient outlet for Boulder citizens to participate in the physical betterment of their town.


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