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Show your community pride and join us for Cornwall Spring Clean-Up Week from May 3rd to May 10th!
With spring finally here, it's time to pitch in and clean Cornwall. Gather your friends, family, co-workers, classmates or neighbours and help make our City look even better by cleaning a park, boulevard or other public space! Working together we can keep Cornwall clean and green!
This year's Spring Clean-Up Week promises to be the biggest yet!
The Downtown and Le Village Business Improvement Areas have joined as partners in the event, and additional waste bins will be placed in the Downtown and Le Village areas to make it easier for businesses and residents in the surrounding areas to participate! The exact locations of the bins will be announced shortly - stay tuned!
Make sure to join us at the Spring Clean-Up Week kickoff event on Saturday, May 3rd. The full details will be announced soon.
Participating in the Spring Clean-Up Week is easy - and you can win some great prizes!
Simply fill out our short registration form below and let us know what area you plan to clean up.
Clean-Up Kits consisting of garbage bags and gloves can be provided to you and your team. Once finished, the collected garbage can be disposed of in one of the waste bins that have been set up for the week. Or, if it's more convenient, it can be placed at the curb of your home or residence on your regular garbage/recycling day for pick-up.
Gettting involved in the Spring Clean-Up Week is a great way to show your civic pride! Together, we can build a cleaner and greener Cornwall!
If you're a student or a teacher you can get your school involved. It's a great way to learn about the importance of being environmentally conscious. You can challenge other grades or schools, and it also allows high school students to add experience to their resume as part of their community volunteer hours.
You can also get your workplace involved or if you're a business owner you can sponsor a team, a project or target an area you feel is important. You can also donate prizes, clean-up supplies or celebrate your employees participation with a lunch, or even have a friendly challenge with surrounding or competing businesses!
By registering you become eligible for some great prizes! Also, you will receive a Certificate from the Mayor's Office for your participation.
Check out the chart below to see a list of teams and individuals that have already registered and the locations they plan to clean during Spring Clean-Up Week!
You can choose to join a team already cleaning the area if the area is large enough or you can select an original location that no one else has registered yet. Be sure to register early if you would really like to participate in a particular area!
We strongly suggest using gloves, black standard garbage bags, leaf and yard waste bags and don't forget sunscreen!
The safety of your team and yourself is important.
Please do not attempt to clean or lift any items you are unsure of! Here are a few additional safety tips:
If at all possible, please separate the recyclables from litter when you are out collecting.
Garbage and recycling can be brought to one of the temporary waste bins that have been set up for the week or it can be put out to the curb on your regular garbage/recycling collection day.
Please note that toxic materials can only be accepted at the Landfill site on specified Household Hazardous Waste Days.
There will be a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day taking place during Spring Clean-Up Week, on Wednesday May 7th, from 7:30 am to 4 pm. For more information on Household Hazardous Waste Days, please click here.
If you encounter items that are unsafe or difficult to move, please leave it in place and contact the City of Cornwall Parks and Landscaping Department with the details.
|Individual / Team Name||Number of Participants||Clean-Up Location||Date|
|Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corp Stormont||25||Tenth Street, east of McConnell Avenue||May 6|
|St. Columban's Catholic School||150||Lamoureux Park|
|Team Anti-Bacteria||3||West end of Lamoureux Park|
|Sanitary Sisters||3||West end of Lamoureux Park|
|Cornwall Economic Development||6||Brookdale Avenue Highway 401 entrance||May 8|
|Eco Warriors||4||Adam Park||May 3, 4, 10|
|Villeneuve's Clean Up Crew||10||Eleventh Street and Reneal Street area||May 3, 4, 7, 9, 10|
|17th Cornwall Guides||23||Terry Fox Park and area||May 6|
|MOE Cornwall Green Team||5||Horovitz Park||May 5|
|Cornwall Wesleyan||10||Nav Centre to Marina 200||May 3|
|Rod and MP||2||Nick Kaneb Drive between Marleau and Holy Cross||May 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10|
|17th Cornwall Sparks||25||Pitt Street, McKenzie Street, Duval Avenue|
|17th Cornwall Pathfinders||6||Optimist Park and adjacent bike path|
|Sacred Heart Catholic School||223 (students and teachers)||St. Theresa Park, Norman Park, area around Aubin Street and bike path|
|Team Bergeron||6||Legion Memorial Park (Second and Bedford Streets)||May 3|