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Join Operation Clean Sweep for Township-Wide Effort to Keep Bloomfield Beautiful

This volunteer sign up form is preferred, but not required.

Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to support environmental protection.  The following weekend, on April 27 and 28, Bloomfield Township will do it’s part during Operation Clean Sweep.  The designated weekend for residents to volunteer some time and effort to help keep the appearance of our roadways and subdivisions looking clean and litter free, thereby maintaining the beauty that both residents and visitors alike have come to expect from Bloomfield Township. The Department of Public Works is handing out supplies to assist in the effort.

DPW will provide bags and trash supplies to residents during normal business hours Monday – Thursday from 7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. beginning April 11th. Residents will be able to pick up supplies at the Public Works building at 4200 Telegraph Road (just West of Township Hall).  If you have any questions, please contact DPW via 248-594-2800 or road@bloomfieldtwp.org.

“We’re excited for the return of this initiative and hope residents take time to volunteer for the community,” said DPW Manager Adam Roose.  “It’s very common this time of year to see the accumulated litter from the winter season spread along our roadways.”

The Township would like to encourage all community members to participate.  Trash and compost bags provided for the event will be picked up on your normal trash collection date.  The Ordinance Department is aware of this event and curbside storage of trash/compost will be excused the week of April 29th.
 

 

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