Registration deadlines extended for the Mayor’s Fall Cleanup and Cleanup Cup Competition

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There’s still time to register to participate in the Mayor’s Fall Cleanup and the Mayor’s Cleanup Cup competition.

Registration sign-up for the Fall Cleanup and for entry into the Cleanup Cup have both been extended until Monday, October 21. 

The Mayor’s Fall Cleanup takes place on Saturday, October 26, from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Community leaders must call 311 to register their neighborhoods and volunteers for participation in this big city-wide day of cleaning.   Once you are registered for the cleanup, follow online instructions to enter the Mayor’s Cleanup Cup competition.

The Mayor’s Fall Cleanup kicks off at 9:00 a.m. on Oct. 21 with Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young at the Harlem Park Elementary School, 800 N. Calhoun Street in west Baltimore. 

 

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