2020 NeighborWorks CommUNITY Cleanup: September 11-12

Each spring, NeighborWorks Great Falls partners with Malmstrom airmen and hundreds of volunteers bag and dispose of trash throughout Cascade County. Over two weekends, this community-wide cleanup effort picks up 15 to 20 tons of trash per year. In addition to fielding teams to walk much of the 56 miles of roadway in Great Falls, several two-man teams drive up and down in the historic areas of the town collecting and disposing of trash and old items from the alleys. Other sponsors are the city of Great Falls and the Chamber of Commerce. Before throwing your spring cleaning debris away, check if they are recyclable - a number of businesses and organizations accept materials to be recycled in Great Falls. For a list, click here.

However, because of COVID-19, we hope to host our original NeighborWorks CommUNITY Cleanup in September, featuring a panel discussion on recycling, a shred day to dispose of confidential documents, and our cleanup weekend event. Please stay tuned for more information. For general information about MApril, call NeighborWorks Great Falls at 406-761-5861 or email us at info@nwgf.org.

Alley Pickups

Residents between the River and 25th Street and 8th Ave. North and 10th Ave South are encouraged to spruce up their properties and leftover debris will be picked up in the alley. Please mark it clearly as MApril Cleanup.

Special Pickups

If you have a load weighing over 30 pounds, please call NeighborWorks at 761-5861 to schedule a special pick up. We CANNOT take furniture, mattresses, electronics, rotting garbage or moldy plant material.  If you have any of those items, call City Sanitation (771-1401) or Republic Services (761-2545) to see if they can pick them Pick-Up Limitations

Pick-Up Limitations

Construction/remodeling debris, batteries, refrigerators, hot tubs, large furniture, paint, motor oil, Freon units, large appliances, car bodies/batteries, petroleum or PCB contaminated soil, mercury thermometers, needles and chemo drugs/unwanted prescription drugs. Tree branches must be cut into lengths of 4 feet or less.

Check out our collection of community resources to make Great Falls safer, vibrant, and more livable. Here your'll find information on Coins for a Cause, Operation Medicine Cabinet and more.

Crime reduction and safety are key components in a thriving community. NeighborWorks leads the Cascade County Watch, which includes Neighborhood and Business Watch.


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Great Falls, MT 59401

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Friday | 8am - 12pm

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