Staging Locations for Beautify Revere Event, Saturday, April 22, 9:30 AM-12:00 PM
There will be 11 staging locations for Saturday's Earth Day cleanup. At each staging location, volunteers can pick up gloves and trash bags. Those looking to volunteer on Saturday should check in at one of these staging locations to pick up supplies, team up with other volunteers, and be sent out to an area for cleanup.
Beachmont - Donnelly Square
Revere League for Special Needs - 200 Winthrop Ave
Revere Municipal Parking Lot - 141 Shirley Ave
Lincoln School - 68 Tuckerman St.
Harry Della Russo Stadium - 75 Park Ave
Revere Beach Boulevard - Markey Bridge
Gibson Park - 1 Hayes St
Oak Island Park - 11 Dashwood St
Rumney Marsh Burial Ground - 44-75 Butler St
SBA/Whelan School - 107 Newhall St.
Harmon Park/North Revere - Salem St. & North Marshall St.
In addition, the Substance Use Disorder Initiatives Office and the Revere Police Department will be hosting a Medication Take Back at the police station at 400 Revere Beach Parkway. Please drop off any unwanted or excess medication at the station.
The City of Revere offers a special thanks to Global, Home Depot, and Dunkin' Donuts for their generous support of our Earth Day cleanup. We hope to see you on Saturday!
Beautify Revere Earth Day Cleanup signup form
Residents interested in volunteering for the Beautify Revere 2017 Earth Day Cleanup on Saturday, April 22 are encouraged to sign up using this form:
Those who sign up will be contacted by city staff with information about staging locations and cleanup activities in their neighborhood.
The cleanup event takes place from 9:30 AM-12:00 PM on Saturday, April 22.
Beautify Revere to kick off for 2017 with citywide Earth Day cleanup on April 22
After a successful series of cleanup events in 2016, Beautify Revere returns to kick off 2017 with a citywide, Earth Day cleanup on Saturday, April 22, from 9:30 AM-12:00 PM.
“Revere residents showed their pride in their community at every Beautify Revere event in 2016,” said Mayor Brian Arrigo. “I greatly appreciate all of the neighborhood groups, organizations, and dedicated volunteers who helped make last year a success. I’m looking forward to another great event on Earth Day.”
Neighborhood groups around the City will host multiple staging locations for the event, which will have cleaning supplies, first aid, t-shirts, and light refreshments for volunteers. At each location’s check-in table, residents will be assigned to a clean up a street or a park.
Volunteers are needed both for cleanup on the day, and to help with outreach by delivering flyers in the neighborhoods advertising the event in advance. Those interested in volunteering should contact Elle Baker, Neighborhood Organizer for Revere on the Move, at 781-286-8188, or email@example.com.
A full list of staging locations will be published in local newspapers and at www.revere.org/beautify-revere two weeks prior to the event date. That website will also update volunteers on any weather-related changes leading up to the event.
Later this year, the Beautify Revere series will continue with a citywide graffiti wipeout event, as well as a public art initiative. The date and details of these efforts will be announced in the coming months.