Each year dedicated volunteers gather together on a Saturday in April in honor of Earth Day for Waterford Township's Annual Earth Day Township Cleanup event.
Since the event’s inception in 2016, more than 150 volunteers have removed approximately 170 cubic yards of litter making the community look better and helping to protect our abundant waterways from becoming the final resting place for this harmful debris.
Thank you to the more than 130 volunteers from the community who participated in this event for the past three (3) years. Together, our volunteers have removed close to 150 cubic yards or litter from Waterford roadsides and parks at our annual Earth Day event.
Thank you to our important partners who also make it possible to keep costs to a bare minimum.
Advanced Disposal - dumpsters
Sam's Club Novi - water, trash bags & gloves
Waterford School District - dumpster locations
In addition to our dedicated volunteers who return each year, we'd love to welcome new volunteers to continue to grow the event and increase the impact we're having. To be put on the email list for updates and upcoming Earth Day cleanup event notifications, please visit our Notify Me page, enter your email address, and click Earth Day Cleanup.
Save the Date: 2020 Earth Day Township Clean Up Event will take place Saturday, April 18th.
An excellent volunteer opportunity for groups and individuals looking to make a difference in the Waterford community!
Youth and Church groups
Businesses, Corporate teams
Volunteers will need to complete a volunteer waiver prior to receiving supplies to participate in the Township's Earth Day Cleanup activities. Waivers will be available at pickup, or can be filled out in advance. Click here for a copy of the waiver.
2016 Williams Lake Rd. 3
2016 Chamber volunteers on M-59
2017 Chief Lyman and volunteers
Earth Day volunteers at Optimist Park
2017 Dad and child volunteer on cass lake rd
2017 Ben volunteers on Williams Lake Rd.
2017 Student volunteer
2016 BEFORE Earth Day
2017 Heather at Civic Center Pond
2017 Ron Sutton, Terri Sutton, Clerk Sue Camilleri cleaning on Dixie Hwy.