One thing everyone can agree on is that litter is ugly. Not to mention the public health issues it causes.
Residents can make a difference by participating in the annual Litter Stomp on Saturday, Oct. 17, hosted by Keep Fort Worth Beautiful. It’s an easy event during which to social distance.
Last year, more than 1,000 residents organized cleanup activities in their neighborhoods and had a lot of fun doing it. It’s a great opportunity to engage neighbors – especially youth – to celebrate neighborhood pride and honor community service. You choose the area to clean up – it can be your neighborhood, the park down the street, a greenbelt or a school campus.
Each registered group will be provided trash bags, gloves and event T-shirts (first come, first served before they are gone). Once you’ve collected all the garbage, there are a number of ways it can be disposed of. Visit the Litter Stomp web page for details.
There will be no in-person registration this year. All supply distribution will be arranged in a way that limits person-to-person contact.
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