Despite steady rain during the 2022 Clean Up Los Alamos Day, Rotarians participated by tending the Memorial Garden at LAHS, a partnership between the Rotary Club of Los Alamos and LAPS, honors students who passed away while enrolled at the high school. It was dedicated in December 2012. From left, Stacey Castille, Rotary Youth Exchange student from Germany Hannes Wiertzema and Rotarians Oliver Morris, Dan Castille, Tim Bullock and Elizabeth Allen. Photo by Matt Allen
Los Alamos County Environmental Services and the Environmental Sustainability Board invite the community to participate in the 20-Year Anniversary of Clean Up Los Alamos Day Saturday, April 29.
Volunteers are encouraged to pick a location around the community to clean and make it beautiful. Locations can range from a favorite park, walking trail or around the neighborhood trash bags and gloves will be provided for participants who register online. Participants who register may stop by Environmental Services to pick up trash bags and gloves starting Wednesday, April 26.
To participate, register here.
Individuals and groups must sign a waiver of liability, scan, and email it back to email@example.com or bring the waiver to Environmental Services. Waivers will be emailed to participants upon registration.
Residents will receive free disposal at the Eco Station and Overlook Convenience Center Saturday, April 29, by showing proof of Los Alamos County residency.
“Join us in our effort to make Los Alamos environmentally and eco-friendly by collecting litter and beautifying our community. Additionally, volunteers will receive a participation gift at the Environmental Services Scale on Saturday April 29, as a thank you.” –Environmental Services
For additional information, visit the Environmental Services website, call 505.662.8163 or email Environmental Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.