Cabbagetown South Clean Up – Saturday May 1, 2021

Join us as we take to the laneways, street gutters and public spaces in  oveCabbagetown South to give it a spring maker.

Every spring residents of Cabbagetown South have gathered to help clean up our parks, streets, and laneways. This year may look a little different because we cannot do it in a social way. BUT we can still achieve the same goal. A clean community we can take PRIDE in.

WHEN: Saturday May 1, 2021 (Rain Date – Sunday May 2, 2021)

HOW: Grab your gloves, rakes, shovels and bags.

WHO: We are asking everyone to get out and clean the street gutters in front our your home and the laneways behind. If you know a senior in your neighbourhood lend them a hand and show them you care.

WHY: By picking up litter, cutting back branches, and removing weeds makes our neighbourhood more inviting for positive social activities.

GARBAGE AND YARD WASTE BAGS: If you don’t have bags or gloves not to worry, Susan and David to the rescue. You can swing by 182 Seaton St. (between 9am – 10am) or 218a Berkeley St and pick up cleaning supplies.

WHERE DO WE PUT OUR BAGS OF WASTE:

This year the city is not picking up garbage bags or yard waste bags for community clean-up days.
If you do not have a place to store the the bags till our regular city pick-up on Wednesdays, please text us at 416-806-4709 for Seaton & Ontario or 416-587-2112 for Milan, Berkeley & Poulette
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