GENESEO, N.Y., Apr. 6, 2023 - Livingston County is pleased to announce that the sixth annual Community Clean Up Event will take place from April 15-23, 2023. The County is calling on community groups, local organizations and individuals to commemorate Earth Day by hosting or volunteering for a local Clean Up event. Help us unite as a community to improve the County’s environmental health.
Those wishing to participate can organize an event of their own or join a scheduled event posted on the website listed below. Potential project areas include cemeteries, parks, roadsides, historical properties, community gardens, town and village halls, schools and other public spaces.
“The Community Clean Up Event is a fantastic way to recognize all the dedicated community members and neighborhood groups that make Livingston County such a beautiful place to live, work and play,” stated Livingston County Administrator, Ian Coyle. “Their efforts to help maintain and improve the County’s environmental health are greatly appreciated.”
To register a Clean Up Event within your community or to see where you can volunteer, please visit the Livingston County Community Clean Up website.
For more information, contact Ted Griswold at the Livingston County Planning Department at (585) 243-7550 or via email at mailto:email@example.com.
“The annual Community Clean Up is a wonderful spring event that encourages the people of Livingston County to come together, get outside and make a positive impact on the environmental health and beauty of their parks and communities,” said David L. LeFeber, Chair of the Livingston County Board of Supervisors.
Now in its sixth year, the event has already had a meaningful impact throughout the County as it not only calls attention to environmental items, but galvanizes County residents around a common cause.
“Every April, local residents provide invaluable assistance to the County in keeping our communities, green spaces and waterways clean and beautiful,” said Patti LaVigne, Chair of the Livingston County Environmental Management Council. “This year we hope to expand community engagement by encouraging individuals, families and organizations to participate in this worthy endeavor.”
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About Livingston County:
Founded in 1821, Livingston County, N.Y., is comprised of more than 61,000 residents in 17 towns located across 631 square miles of the Finger Lakes region.