February 10-28, 2018

Litter is so much more visible during the winter months; which makes it seem like there is so much more - on exit ramps, at intersections, in ditches, along railroads, around shopping centers, in creeks and streams, all along wooded areas. This cleanup is an opportunity to clean up areas where the litter is much more visible and accessible.

In the coming weeks, as you see littered areas that need cleaning up, please report these areas to Greensboro Beautiful using the link below. Reported and known sites will be posted to an online map where volunteer groups can choose which sites to clean up. Greensboro Beautiful will provide all cleanup supplies, and our goal is to have all sites cleaned up between February 10th and 28th.

Report Littered Areas Here


How The Wipeout Works

  • Reported and known littered sites will be posted to this online litter hotspots map
  • Volunteers and volunteer groups will have the opportunity to select a site to clean up from this map
  • Greensboro Beautiful will provide all cleanup supplies to participating groups.
  • Sites must be cleaned up anytime between February 10th and 28th.
  • Cleanup volunteers will post before and after pictures of cleanup sites to Greensboro Beautiful's Facebook page -- helping us show what a positive difference we can make!
  • When each cleanup is complete, volunteers will report the number of bags collected and number of volunteers who participated at each cleanup site by emailing the info to GreensboroBeautiful@gmail.com
  • Cleanup volunteers may dispose of collected litter with their normal trash, or request disposal assistance by emailing specific location of bagged and collected items to GreensboroBeautiful@gmail.com.

Join Greensboro Beautiful to wipe out litter this winter! Click here to sign up!

Quick Links


Who's Signed Up?

James Allred
Alpha Kappa Psi The Professional Business Fraternity - Psi Sigma at UNCG
Charles Basse
Boy Scout Troop 160
Teresa Bratton
Cub Scout Pack 316
Samantha Derr
Mike Dieffenbacher & Family
Dunleath Historic Neighborhood
Chris Frandock & Family
John Garry & Family
Gate City Rotary
David Moffatt
NC A&T American Institute of Architecture Students
Alice Royer
Swann Nature Club
Unifour One
UNCG Office of Service Learning
Ashlee & John Wagner
West Market Street UMC