Davenport’s Annual Corridor Cleanup Is This Month
It's known that litter hurts our waterways and our community’s image. Keeping litter off
the land and out of our creeks is one of the single most important things we can do to protect our water, wildlife, and environment.
If you are already excited to be a part of this event you can register here: www.davenportiowa.com/cc
Volunteers Needed to Keep our Streets and Streams Clean this Spring. You can take pride in our community, help prevent water pollution, and protect our natural resources by volunteering for a couple of hours to pick up litter that has accumulated along
Davenport’s gateways over winter.
The event’s coordinator Robbin Dunn mentioned,
“We can’t do it alone. The Corridor Cleanup is a great way to participate - take ownership in the community we live in, enjoy the outdoors, meet new people, and protect our local and downstream waterways litter finds its way into.”
Community members who participate always have a great time and leave with stories to tell. Cleanups can be an adventure. Regarding the Corridor Cleanup, we never know what volunteers might uncover - license plates and some of the most peculiar items you can imagine have been found over the years. Volunteers might even be the person who finds and reunites someone with a personal item they never thought they would see again.
The opportunity is open to anyone interested in beautifying Davenport and
protecting the health of our local waterways. No previous experience is necessary.
Set Date: Saturday, March 25, 2022 | 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM (pending weather – may be shorter.)
Registration and information: www.davenportiowa.com/cc