Each year families, friends, community organizations, businesses, and school groups participate in the Parks Cleanup Program by helping keep Brampton clean and green. The Program helps remove litter that has accumulated, promotes community engagement, and creates healthy vibrant spaces. It’s also about helping us achieve our Brampton Grow Green goals.
Self-Led Cleanup Days
- Ask your family or friends to help you make a difference in the community.
- Select a local park that needs a cleaning.
Select the closest Recreation Centre to pick up your supplies.
Register your clean up anytime from April 1 to November 1.
Please allow 5 business days from registration date for the delivery of your supplies.
Gather your team and complete your cleanup! Please leave your collected garbage bags after cleanup by park sign or park garbage can.
Please feel free to take photos and send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please keep in mind the program is only for parks and does not include private land or streets. Chinguacousy Park and Gage Park are currently maintained by staff and do not require clean ups.
- If you are unsure of the park name, please refer to our Parks Directory Listing
- Encourage your school to participate in making a difference in the community.
- Select your local park or school playground that needs a cleaning. Set a date and time in the month of April that is convenient for you.
- Register your cleanup anytime from April 1 to November 1. This ensures you will be provided with all of your cleanup supplies.
- Get outside and complete your cleanup.
- Gather your team and complete your cleanup!
- Fill out your online post-cleanup form for an opportunity to be recognized for your participation.
Thank you to all our Spring School Cleanup Challenge participants, we appreciate your support in keeping our city clean and green.
Meet Bill. He cleans up litter. Be like Bill.
Long-time Bramptonian Bill started his cleanup journey more than three years ago when he noticed garbage in a nearby ravine. He started cleaning the ravine litter – some that had been around for decades – and then expanded his efforts to other nearby areas.
Soon after, he created a volunteer group called P.A.L. (People Against Littering). Each week, more than 10 volunteers gather to cleanup garbage in local parks and spaces. “Our goal is to unite the community into a powerful force to take back control of our parks and streets from litter bugs and litter thugs,” says Bill.
So, what keeps Bill going? “The feeling is almost addictive,” he says. “It is also a thrill to see others smiling and enjoying areas that we have cleaned up and to be appreciated by them.”
Bill has a message for all Bramptonians: “Folks, pick the litter up! If we all picked up just five pieces of litter a week, that would have a major impact.”
Be like Bill and do your part to keep Brampton clean and green.