Green Up Day is May 7th! Green Up Day bags are available in most towns a week or two before Green Up Day.|
To contact your town co-ordinator:
Winston Rost 244-1265
Details to be announced.
Green Up bags placed at street intersections a few days prior to GU Day. Leave full bags on roadsides. Last bag pick up is Monday morning by the road crew.
Montpelier Alive: Nate Hausman
Bags are picked up at our registration table at the Farmer's Market and full bags can be left curbside for the DPW to pick up.
Bags available at Town Clerk's Office. Leave along roadsides for pick up.
Bags available at the Town Clerk's Office. Leave full bags along roadsides for pick up by the Morristown Hwy Dept.
Tom Jackman - Conservation Comm.
Meet at Sunset Grille starting at 8am on GU Day for bags and refreshments. Bags must be brought back to the Grille by 1pm. You must notify either the Cons. Comm. Or the Hwy Dept about larger items.
496-9888 cell 262-506-4460
Bags available at the Town Clerk's Office. Leave bags along roadsides by 10am on Green Up Day.
Warren Town Office
Bags available at town clerk's office and East Warren Market. Bag drop off at Earthwise Transfer Station, or the East Warren Market 9-1 on Green Up Day, along with a few other sites.
Bags at town clerk's office, library & Sunflower Market. Two drop-off locations: Town Garage on Guptil Rd. 9-3; Rodney's Rubbish at Crossroads Deli 8-12. Metal accepted at both. Rodney takes tires for a fee. Details at www.waterburyvt.com including a link to our online Sign Up Genius.
Or to get info about other towns:
Click here to find the contact information for your town coordinator and to read the details of what is happening in your town. All seven Subaru dealerships in Vermont are also official bag pick up and drop off locations! Visit your local area Subaru dealer in Bennington, Berlin, Brattleboro, Burlington, Norwich, Rutland, and Saint Johnsbury for bags and refreshments for all volunteers!
Vermont Coffee Company is the official Green Up Day coffee sponsor again this year, so if you are a town coordinator looking for some coffee for Green Up Day, email us and we will put you in contact with them.
Safety is very important! Green Up Day volunteers should NOT pick up or touch needles or other hazardous waste such as Meth Lab containers. Please let your town coordinator know about the location of the items. To learn more read the Safety Brochure or the Safety Checklist. It is also important to Be Tick Smart. To learn more read the Be Tick Smart booklet.
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