Saturday, May 5, 2018
8 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
528 Main St., Longmont

Thank you Volunteers! 

Click picture above to see all 2018 Clean & Green Photos!
Photos courtesy of Helga Hizer.


The LDDA holds an annual Downtown Longmont Clean & Green event in support of the city-wide Clean Up Green Up campaign which runs every April.

  • We make an impact with a variety of deep-cleaning and landscaping projects that go beyond the regular maintenance performed Downtown.
  • A hearty breakfast, snacks and refreshments provided for all volunteers.
  • Volunteers receive a Clean & Green t-shirt.
  • Volunteers need to able to handle physical activity including bending, lifting, twisting, etc.

Thank you for your interest! Look for this event again in 2019! 
If you have any questions, please call Del Rae Heiser at 303-651-8586 or email

 THANK YOU 2018 SPONSORS


2018 Clean & Green Volunteers

Teams
  • Re/Max Nexus
  • Gears
  • Flatirons Young Marines
  • Twin Peaks Rotary Club
  • Boy Scouts Troop 360
  • Faith Baptist Church

Plus over 40 individuals joined us, coming alone or bringing a family member or two! 

2018 Accomplishments

85 volunteers provided 255 hours of service to help us clean up the following areas.

  • 6 public parking lots
  • 6 alleyways
  • 6 shared trash enclosures
  • 6 breezeways
  • St. Stephen's Plaza and 6th Ave. Plaza
  • 8 blocks of street curb
  • Main St. trash cans

Cleanup included:

  • picking up debris, leaves, weeds and trash
  • picking up 100s of cigarette butts to kick off Downtown's Cigarette Litter Prevention Program
  • filling over 75 trash bags and 2 flatbed trailers

History of Clean and Green

The LDDA along with support from the City of Longmont Public Works and Natural Resources Department select downtown areas for clean-up including breezeways, alleys, around buildings, and other structures downtown. Additionally, the LDDA reviews a Creative District Report provided by Arts Longmont. The report was generated by the Placemaking Committee and included a “wish list” of areas around downtown that could use extra care to look vibrant and beautiful again.

For more information about this event, call Del Rae Heiser at 303-651-8586 or email delrae.heiser@longmontcolorado.gov.