Show your Fort Pierce pride by volunteering during the Great American Cleanup, Fort Pierce’s largest annual litter cleanup and beautification event, on Saturday, March 4, 2023, from 8 AM until Noon.
When: Saturday, March 4, 2023
Time: 8 AM to Noon
Where: The City of Fort Pierce Recreation Center 903 S. 21st Street Fort Pierce, FL 34950
How it works...
Mark your calendar for March 4 – you can participate by yourself or organize a group.
Choose a project or location to pick up litter. It can be your own neighborhood or a location of your choice within city limits.
Sign up as an individual, a family, or a group by March 3, 2023. To register, visit: Register Here!
Join us on March 4, 2023, at the
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Everyone wants to live, work and play in a clean and green community and together we can make it happen. Getting involved is easy and this is a great event to get your family, business, civic organization, sports team, school, church or organization involved.
How do I register?
Who can participate?
Everyone! Community organizations, businesses, individuals, non-profit, governmental agencies, and scout troops all are welcome to participate in this event. This event is approved for community service hours and certificates will be available upon request.
How do I get my supplies?
Volunteers can pick up supplies the morning of the event.
Can volunteers choose a location to clean up?
Yes. Volunteers are encouraged to choose a location that is important to them. Locations can include school campuses, creeks, and other waterways, parks, neighborhoods, etc.
What do I do with the trash bags collected?
Leave litter bags in a central location where the litter was collected.
Will the City still have an Arbor Day Celebration?
Yes. The Annual Arbor Day Planting Celebration is also happening on March 4, 2023, in conjunction with the Great American Cleanup, at the Orange Avenue from 7th Street to 13th Street.
*The City of Fort Pierce is proud to have received the prestigious Tree City USA designation for 34 consecutive years from the National Arbor Day Foundation in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management and this tree planting celebration is another example of that commitment.