Bouldin Creek - 27th Annual Creek Cleaning Party

Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 from 8:30am to 11:30am (CT)


Since 1991, neighbors and community volunteers have met once a year to collect trash in both East and West Bouldin Creek. While we no longer pull out large appliances, mountains of tires or huge pieces of construction materials, the cleanups are still necessary due to the incredible amount of bottles, cans, plastic bags and Styrofoam containers left behind by inconsiderate visitors or washed down the creeks with each rain. And then of course, there is the debris from homeless camps.

This year we’ll concentrate our efforts on the West Bouldin Creek Greenbelt. In addition to picking up trash, we would also like to  widen the new trails.

Gloves and trash bags will be provided. Please dress in long sleeved shirts and long pants to guard against possible contact with poison ivy and wear sturdy shoes. Be prepared to get muddy and dirty and have a very good time. Kids, dogs and family friends welcome.

Our meeting place will be at 1200 South 6th Street, the entrance to the West Bouldin Creek Greenbelt

We’ll meet at 8:30 am for coffee and snacks provided by neighborhood restaurants, then send teams of people to different parts of the two creeks. We’ll meet up again around 11:30 am for lunch, also courtesy of our business friends.


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Age Limit
Family Friendly
Requirement Details
Sturdy boots, long pants, long-sleeved shirts to guard against exposure to poison ivy
Parking Details
Park along South 6th Street
78 Positions Filled | 32 Impacts | 92 Hours