Natural Areas / Neighbourhood Clean Ups
April through October
Did you know that the white spruce is St. Albert's official coniferous tree? Why not pick a local forest to ‘spruce up’ this summer? We will supply you with garbage bags and gloves and will pick up the full garbage bags afterwards. Use the event as a team-building activity for your school or club.
If you are a group of neighbours, help build a safe and caring neighbourhood and pair it up with a block party or as an event after. Natural areas or neighbourhood clean-ups are a great way to keep in touch with neighbours after the block party has happened. Why not schedule a neighbourhood clean-up to get out and socialize with neighbours?
COMPLETED cLEAN UPS
Thank you to the following neighbourhoods who organized their own community clean up:
- Coal Mine Park Community Clean Up - Saturday, June 9
- North Ridge Neighbourhood Clean Up - Saturday, May 26
How to Register
We’re making registration easier than ever!
This event is part of the Spruce Up St. Albert presented by TD initiative which helps to clean-up and beautify our city.
Last edited: August 23, 2018