Join thousands of Fort Worth residents for the largest litter cleanup of the year — the 31st annual Cowtown Great American Cleanup.
April 2, 2016
Any Fort Worth location in need of cleaning is eligible as a cleanup site for the Cowtown Cleanup. Sign up to clean a greenbelt, a park, a roadway or any area of your choosing. For groups or individuals not sure where to go, consider joining an experienced group leader at one of the 10 prearranged Join-A-Group cleanup sites.
All individuals and group leaders registered by Feb. 26 will be entered into a drawing for two-for-one tickets to Lone Star Brahmas hockey games.
The city is hosting cleanup sites around the city for individuals who wish to participate and for groups that need a location to cleanup.
|Tandy Hills Prairie||3600 View St.||76103|
|Hazel Harvey Peace Center for Neighborhoods||818 Missouri Ave.||76104|
|Polytechnic High School||1300 Conner Ave.||76105|
|Riverside Kennel Area||1801 Bomar Ave.||76103|
|Lake Arlington, Eugene McCray Park||3449 Quail Road||76119|
|Bradley Center — Glencrest Civic League||2601 Timberline Drive||76119|
|Marion Sansom Park||2501 Roberts Cut-off Road||76106|
|Highland Hills Community Center||1600 Glasgow Road||76134|
|Lake Worth Sailing Club||8900 Sunrise Point Court||76135|
|Marine Creek Ranch||5403 Paloma Blanca||76179|
Gather your family, friends, co-workers, church or scout group, pick a location and pitch in to clean up your corner of Cowtown.
Visit the group information page to learn more about how to become a group coordinator and how to register. Learn more »