Volunteers


Volunteers

Involving Yourself and Others in Community Improvement

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Everyone deserves to live in a community that is healthy, safe, clean and beautiful, but we all have a role to play in achieving this goal. From litter cleanup events to sharing good ideas with other communities around the state, there are a variety of ways you can help reduce waste and beautify the environment by involving yourself and others in community improvement activities in your area.

Calendar of Events

From community beautification projects to nationwide cleanup events, visit our Calendar of Events to keep up with what’s going on around the state.

Fall Great Arkansas Cleanup

Each fall, an estimated 17,000 Arkansans volunteer for the statewide Great Arkansas Cleanup litter pickup event. Through their efforts last year alone, litter was picked up from 3,400 miles of roadway, 121 parks and public areas, and 534 miles of shoreline; and 26 illegal dumps were closed. This fall, join a Great Arkansas Cleanup event in your area!

Adopt-A-Highway

The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department Adopt-A-Highway program allows groups and individuals to “adopt” a section of Arkansas roadway by pledging to pick up trash and keep it litter-free. Voluntarily maintaining the roadways into and out of your community is another way to be involved in improving your community. Additionally, many communities offer residents the opportunity to Adopt-A-Street or Adopt-A-Spot. Your local street department or parks and recreation department will have more information.

Spring Great American Cleanup in Arkansas

The Keep America Beautiful Great American Cleanup is the nation’s largest community-improvement event. Arkansas has historically been a leader in volunteerism during this three-month springtime effort by organizing 300 events that involved more than 10,000 volunteers and 45,000 hours of donated time. This spring, improve your community by participating in your local Great American Cleanup in Arkansas.

America Recycles Day

Each year on Nov.15, communities across the country come together to celebrate America Recycles Day. More than a celebration, America Recycles Day is the only nationally recognized day dedicated to the promotion of recycling in the U.S. Recycling drives and educational events are scheduled throughout November across Arkansas to help educate Arkansans about the importance of recycling.

Volunteering

Every Arkansan plays an important role in preventing litter, encouraging recycling and promoting scenic beautification. Volunteer today and become involved in making your community a cleaner place to live, work and play!

Volunteer Today!

Make your community a cleaner place to live, work play!