Annual “Boone Clean-Up Day” and “Litter Sweep” Taking Place in April

Published Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 11:46 am

On April 22, the annual “Boone Clean-Up Day” will be taking place all throughout Boone. The event encourages every resident to clean around their property throughout the day in order to create a cleaner, safer environment for everyone who calls the High Country their home. 

Volunteers may also come by the Town of Boone Public Works Center at 321 East King Street between the hours of 8:00am – 1:00pm if they wish to be assigned a location to clean inside the town limits. Cleaning supplies (gloves/bags) will be provided.

Any individual, group or civic organization is encouraged to participate by volunteering to remove the unsightly litter that has accumulated along our streets and streams during the winter.  Town of Boone residents may participate by cleaning their premises, placing rubbish curbside and calling the Public Works Department for free convenient removal.  

From 12:00pm – 1:00pm you are invited to come by the Public Works Center for refreshments and fun fellowship.

For those of you who will not be able to participate on April 22, it is encouraged for you to choose a date during the “Litter Sweep,” between Apr. 15-29, to clear your property of litter and debris.

Town residents will receive an additional free curbside pickup of collected debris (household junk/bulk items, yard debris or brush).

Simply phone the Public Works Department for convenient collection (828)268-6230.

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