This year, we’ve changed the formula for clean-up drives in order to adapt to the current health crisis. Learn more about the guidelines to follow.
Organize a clean-up drive
Want to mobilize in an effort to clean up your neighbourhood? Start by setting a date and forming a small group of people to take part in your clean-up drive.
You can invite a maximum of fifty people to participate in your clean-up drive.
As is the case each year, the city is making equipment available to residents. Please contact your Éco-quartier to borrow rakes, brooms, trash pickers and dust pans. You will also receive a clean-up kit with gloves, garbage or recycling bags, etc.
You must pick up the equipment at the local Éco-quartier and return it once the clean-up drive is over.
If you live in one of the following boroughs, which do not have an Éco-quartier, please contact the organization shown below.
Best practices for a successful clean-up drive
On the clean-up day, make sure all the members of your brigade observe the public health guidelines:
- Observe physical distancing guidelines
- Wash hands frequently
Move the garbage or recycling bags to the sidewalk on the day of the collection in your area.