Cowtown Great American Cleanup
8-11 a.m. Saturday, March 24
Every year thousands of volunteers join Keep Fort Worth Beautiful to make a huge impact on communities across the city by cleaning litter from parks, right of ways, rivers, and other public areas. You can join this effort by registering yourself or a group to help clean areas near you.
- Choose your own area to clean, or join in at “Cleanup Hubs” - pre-selected areas throughout the city that need volunteers.
- Gloves and trash bags will be supplied to all registered volunteers.
- Event T-shirts are limited to the first 7,000 volunteers.
- Lunch will be provided at Earth Party for all volunteers.
Registration is closed.
Walk-up registration will be available from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday, March 22 at Hazel Harvey Peace Center for Neighborhoods, 818 Missouri Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104.
|Arlington Heights High School||4501 West Freeway||76107|
|Bradley Center||2601 Timberline Drive||76119|
|Echo Lake Park||6300 South Freeway, Cole St.||76110|
|Eugene McCray Park||3400 Quail Road||76119|
|Hazel Harvey Peace Center for Neighborhoods||818 Missouri Ave.||76104|
|Lake Worth||exact meeting place TBD||76135|
|Northside High School||2211 McKinley Ave.||76164|
|Polytechnic High School||1300 Conner Ave.||76105|
Volunteer instructions and contests
Volunteers will receive further instructions on supply pickup and where to meet after they register. Individuals and groups who turn in their cleanup forms and information by March 30 will be entered into the following contests:
- Most bags of trash/recycling collected
- Most miles of roadways/waterways cleaned
- Wacky trash
- Most youth volunteers
Note to teachers
Supplies will be made available to teachers who need to host a cleanup at their school on March 23. Anyone participating on Friday is welcome to attend the Earth Party for the volunteer lunch and celebration.
11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, March 24 Fort Worth Water Garden, 1502 Commerce St. Free and open to the public.
Don’t miss out on the largest green event in Fort Worth! After Cowtown Cleanup, head over to the Fort Worth Water Gardens for food, fun, and to learn about all things sustainable. Family-friendly activities and games for all ages will be provided.
Enjoy live music and performances from the original work, Earth and Soul, by the Kids Who Care Musical Theater. Participants can also visit educational booths and exhibits to learn about water conservation, air and water quality, waste reduction and recycling, nature, environmental issues, alternative transportation, healthy living initiatives, and much more.