Join SOLVE, the Concordia Neighborhood Association, and community members for a litter cleanup in the Concordia, Woodlawn, Vernon and Cully Neighborhoods from 9:00 am – Noon starting at Alberta Park at the corner of NE Ainsworth and NE 22nd Ave.
Help keep our streets clean, enjoy some time outside and do something great for the city we love! Volunteers will check-in, gear up, and then spread out into the nearby streets. This is a family friendly event, all ages welcome!
Advanced Registration: Is highly suggested but not required. Please sign up (green button below) ahead of time to guarantee your spot.
Meeting Location: Volunteers will be meeting at Alberta Park, on the corner of NE 22nd Ave and NE Ainsworth. Look for a tent and SOLVE signs to guide you to the check in tables.
Address: NE 22nd Ave and Ainsworth Portland, OR 97211 | Map Link
What to Bring: Dress for the weather, wear closed-toed shoes, and long pants. Bring a water-proof jacket if the weather calls for rain. Also bring your cell phone, and a filled reusable water bottle. If you bring personal belongings please bring a backpack so you can pick up trash hands-free.
What’s Provided: SOLVE will provide trash grabbers, trash bags, work gloves, and high-vis vests.
Restrooms: Public restrooms are available at Alberta Park.
Parking: Parking is be available on surrounding side-streets.
Transit: The meeting spot Alberta Park is .3 miles away from TriMet bus #8 or #72
Accessibility: This area is accessible for folks with mobility concerns.
Translation Services: There will be a Spanish speaker present at this event.
Youth Volunteers: Volunteers between the ages of 13-17 may participate without an authorized adult.
Groups: If you are volunteering with multiple people for this event please register as a Team. See this short guide for how to register as a Team SOLVE | How-To-Guide (solveoregon.org).
Contacts: If you have any questions, contact Gina Levine firstname.lastname@example.org
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