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Community Cleanup Day

Community Cleanup Day

Saturday, May 16 - Community Cleanup Day 2015.

Help beautify Boulder! Choose from 10 parks and greenways. Plant flowers, pull weeds and more. Organize a group or join solo. 8:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 16.

Register for Community Cleanup Day 2015!

Help us clean up Boulder by removing trash, waste and recyclables, restoring flood damaged underpasses, and pulling weeds from parks,  greenways and trails. You pick the location and on-site project leaders will provide direction and supplies!

In appreciation for your contribution, you are welcome to join us for a free ice cream social and a free pool day as well as fun activities for Kid’s to Parks Day at Scott Carpenter Park after the cleanup. All cleanup participants will receive a one-day pass to the Boulder Reservoir and be entered into a prize drawing.

Register online or by phone by Wednesday, May 13. Day of event registration is from 8 to 8:30 a.m. at Scott Carpenter Park. 

Volunteers will choose from 10 locations around Boulder:

  • Bear Creek Greenway
  • Bear Creek Greenway at Broadway Underpass (painting)
  • Boulder Creek
  • Boulder Slough Greenway (New)
  • Columbia Cemetery
  • Dry Creek Trail
  • East Boulder Community Park (New)
  • Foothills Community Park (New)
  • Goose Creek and Elmer’s Two Mile Creek Greenway
  • Scott Carpenter Park
  • Skunk Creek Greenway

Para mayor información o ayuda en Español, o si usted necesita alguna parte de este documento traducida, por favor comuníquese al 303-441-1905.

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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