It’s spring cleaning time and what better way to celebrate Earth Day (or month in this case), and model great behavior for your kids, than participating as a family in the Great American Cleanup!

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The Great American Cleanup, engages more than 3 million volunteers and participants, on average, every year to create a positive and lasting impact. This yearly event is a project of Keep America Beautiful and is coordinated in Palm Beach County by Keep Palm Beach County Beautiful and the Solid Waste Authority.

For families living in North Palm Beach County, there are all kinds of options for volunteering including beach cleanups, park cleanups, even neighborhood cleanups. We’ve included those we know of at time of publication but if you see one we missed that still needs volunteers, send us a line at and we’ll add it in.

All of these events are happening this Saturday, April 27, and most do require pre-registration. So take a look and then reach out to sign up!


El Sol

  • 8AM-Noon
  • Register via email
  • Everyone must be pre-registered prior to the day of the event. T-shirts and all tools will be provided.

Abacoa Team Up to Clean Up

  • 7:30-10:30AM
  • Register as a group or individual to collect and recycle litter in the Greenway areas.
  • All volunteers will be provided with trash bags, recycling bags, disposable gloves, and snacks.
  • Breakfast and refreshments will be provided after the clean-up and students can earn Community Service Credit.

Roadway Cleanup of Alt A1A and Indiantown Road

Ocean Cay Park

  • 8AM-10AM
  • Meet at Anita Lankler Pavilion
  • Beach Cleanup
  • Volunteer Coordinator:  Karen Gray (561) 744-2659
  • More Details

Dubois Park

  • 8AM-10AM
  • Meet at concrete table behind public restrooms
  • Park and Shoreline Cleanup
  • Volunteer Coordinator: Ben Klug (561) 308-2998

Carlin Park

  • 8AM-10AM
  • Meet at small pavilion to the right of Lazy Loggerhead Cafe
  • Beach Cleanup
  • Volunteer Coordinator:  Ravi Jindal (407) 212-6336

Juno Beach

Loggerhead Marinelife Center

  • 8:30AM-9:45AM
  • Meet at back deck of LMC
  • Beach Cleanup
  • Bring a bucket to collect the trash and garden gloves if you have them.
  • Following 1-hour of cleaning the beach, a light breakfast will be served
  • More Details and Registration Info

North Palm Beach

John D. MacArthur State Park

  • Start time: 8AM-Noon
  • Beach and Mangrove Cleanup
  • ​Volunteer Coordinator:  Art Carton or (561) 776-7449
  • More Details

Anchorage Park

  • Volunteers should meet under picnic table pavilion near the play ground.
  • Type of clean-up: Waterfront.
  • Volunteers are encouraged to bring kayaks and paddle boards to clean from the water.
  • Those without watercraft will clean along the Earman River shoreline

Lakeside Park

  • Please note that parking is limited.
  • Volunteers should meet at picnic tables near basketball courts
  • Type of clean-up: Waterfront.
  • Volunteers will clean along Intracoastal Waterway

Munyon Island

  • Type of clean-up: Waterfront.
  • Those with boats can clean the island. Transportation is not provided

North Palm Beach Community Center

  • Volunteers should meet at picnic table near playground
  • Type of clean-up: Park cleanup

For more details or to sign up for NPB Cleanups click here.

Palm Beach Gardens

Cabana Colony Community Cleanup

  • 9AM
  • Meet at Cabana Colony Park
  • Litter Cleanup
  • Volunteer Coordinator: Sandra Meredith (561) 329-6496


Coral Cove Park

  • 9AM
  • Meet at Beach side
  • Beach Cleanup
  • Volunteer Coordinator: Sara Duggan (561) 743-7123


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