The Great American Cleanup

Great American Cleanup Main Event 

What: Great American Cleanup Main Event

Where: Massey Park Recreation Center, 1001 NW 34th St., 32607

Date: Saturday, April 9, 2022

Time: 9 a.m. - noon 



The Great American Cleanup is the nation’s largest community improvement program that motivates individuals to take greater responsibility for their community and the collection of litter.

Due to COVID-19, the main event has been updated to follow all necessary COVID-19 guidelines. KACB will have sanitized supply kits available for pickup from our office prior to the event and at Massey Park on the day of the event. Cleanup activities are outdoors and offer the perfect environment for guests to maintain the required 6-foot distance between group members.


Please Register Today to secure your spot! 

*** Free t-shirts for volunteers while supplies last (and we have LOTS!) ***

Free dropoff of used tires, too. No rims allowed, limit of six tires per vehicle.

Household Hazardous Materials will NOT be accepted at Massey Park as in past years. Please take HHW to the Leveda Brown Environmental Park HHW Facility and Rural Collection Centers according to Alachua County Environmental Protection Department guidelines.

Families and individuals that wish to further limit their interaction with others are welcome to visit our office beforehand to receive their supplies. We can all participate in making our community a more beautiful place.

Don't forget to post your cleanup event photos on our social media page so we can see the difference you helped create!

Please sign up at to let us know if you are planting, removing graffiti, pulling invasive species on your own, or otherwise beautifying in your own yard.















The 2020-2021 Great American Cleanup ran from July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2021, and the summary report is complete.

Upcoming events can be viewed on our Calendar. You can register for one of these events or register and create your own event.


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