ORGANIZE A CLEANUP

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Community Cleanup VolunteersWe Need You!
 
Montgomery County Environmental Services invites you to organize a cleanup or beautification project in your neighborhood, and help Keep Montgomery County Beautiful! If you already have an area in mind that you want to clean up (e.g., park, roadways, alley, playground, vacant lot), we can provide you with the supplies and help you need.

How We Help…

  • We provide trash bags (from our national sponsor Glad), gloves, and other clean up supplies. 
  • We can sometimes help pick up your full trash/recycling bags, and offer free litter disposal at our facilities. 
  • Groups of five or more volunteers may reserve our Community Pride Cleanup Supply Trailer or Neighborhood Pride Trailer, which contain litter disposal, landscaping and other beautification supplies. Click here for more information.
  • We can provide assistance in planning your event. We have announcement posters and event planning tips. We can help you make your event a success.  
  • We offer special thank you events for our litter cleanup groups.
Register Your Project Online or by calling (937) 225-4999.

Rent a Free Roll-off Container!

Free Roll Off ProgramIf you want to clean up a large vacant lot or alleyway with lots of litter and debris, you can reserve a free Roll-off Container. These industrial-size containers will be dropped off before your cleanup event and then picked up by a waste hauler afterwards at no cost to your group. We want to make your cleanup event as simple and easy as possible, so you and your volunteers can be successful and help beautify our community! 

To reserve a free Roll-off Container, please fill out an application here. Mail your completed application to ATTN: Community Cleanup Program / 2550 Sandridge Dr. / Moraine, Ohio 45439. You may also scan and e-mail your completed application to HagansL@mcohio.org

Special thanks to Waste Management for partnering with Montgomery County to offer this free program to residents.