Sign Up Now for the Annual Mayor’s Fall Cleanup

DPW Press Release

Registration for the Mayor’s Fall Cleanup is under way, and continues until Friday, October 18. Community leaders from all over Baltimore can call 311 to register their neighborhoods and volunteers for participation in this big cleaning event.  This year’s Fall Cleanup takes place Saturday, October 26, from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.

To participate, groups should organize now, select cleanup location(s) and volunteers and residents who will participate.  Call 311 with this information to register.  Registered communities will receive bags to help with their cleaning efforts, and DPW will collect debris from identified locations.

If you want to check whether your community is registered, or wish to join a nearby cleanup, we have posted below a list of registered events. Check back each week as we update this list.

Participants in the Mayor’s Fall Cleanup can earn credits toward their stormwater fee. Certificates and forms for the stormwater credit can be picked up by registrants when they come to collect bags for their cleanups.

Neighborhood   Service Request Type
SW-Clean Up (Mayor’s Fall Cleanup)
Grand Total
Arlington Record Count 1 1
Belair-Edison Record Count 1 1
Boyd-Booth Record Count 2 2
Brewers Hill Record Count 1
Butcher's Hill Record Count 1 1
Carrollton Ridge Record Count 4 4
Coldspring Record Count 1 1
Coppin Heights/Ash-Co-East Record Count 1 1
Edmondson Village Record Count 1 1
Franklintown Road Record Count 1 1
Glen Oaks Record Count 2 2
Gwynns Falls Record Count 1 1
Madison Park Record Count 1 1
Mondawmin Record Count 2 2
Moravia-Walther Record Count 1 1
Park Circle Record Count 2 2
Parkview/Woodbrook Record Count 1 1
Pimlico Good Neighbors Record Count 1 1
Saint Josephs Record Count 1 1
Violetville Record Count 3 3
Walbrook Record Count 1 1
Washington Village/Pigtown Record Count 1 1
Woodmere Record Count 1 1
Grand Total Record Count 32 32

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