Earth Day 2022 Community Clean-Up

NIAGARA FALLS, ON - This April 22nd, celebrate Earth Day with the City of Niagara Falls, the Park in the City Committee, and earthday.ca, by participating in a Community Clean-Up, starting at MacBain Community Centre (located at 7150 Montrose Road) from 3PM to 7PM. Volunteers are encouraged to join after school or work to collect debris from parks, trails, and boulevards in an effort to clean-up problematic areas in the city. City Staff will also be encouraged to offer time during their lunch-hour.

This is a great opportunity for students to acquire community service hours! 
Interested volunteers can register for the event online by visiting niagarafalls.ca/cleansweep. 
The appropriate personal protective equipment and essential supplies to conduct the clean-up will be provided.

About Earth Day
Communities around the world celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd. First recognized in the United States in 1970, Earth Day has become the largest environmental movement in the world. On this day, municipalities around the world take initiative to develop awareness campaigns and community programs that drive positive action for our planet.

About earthday.ca
The City's Earth Day Clean-Up is supported by earthday.ca. Since 1995, earthday.ca has been celebrating by organizing awareness-raising activities on environmental issues. With its ability to mobilize local stakeholders, earthday.ca has continued to grow, developing numerous initiatives on April 22nd, and year-round. The mission of earthday.ca is to help individuals and organizations reduce their environmental impact. #EarthDay #EarthDay2022
For more information, visit earthday.ca

More on The Park in the City Committee
A volunteer committee appointed by the Niagara Falls City Council. The committees mandate is to encourage environmental responsibility, city-wide beautification, promote active transportation usage and civic pride through community action. The Committee advises City Council on issues regarding its mandate. 
For more information, visit niagarafalls.ca/city-hall/committees/park-in-the-city


For more information, contact:
Jeff Guarasci
Community Development Coordinator
Recreation and Culture
905-356-7521 ext. 3341
[email protected]

Posted on: 4/19/2022 10:04 AM - Category: Media Releases