We are offering various cleanups with protocols and safety measures in place for COVID-19 in compliance with the mandates set forth by the Governor of NC.
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Keep High Point Beautiful strives to bring the goals of the national Keep America Beautiful organization home to our community. We believe that a difference can be made to better our community by calling on and organizing citizens to action who will protect the environment.
Keep High Point Beautiful and the City of High Point are excited to have our fifth year of Winter Wipeout from February 8 to March 7, 2021! During the winter it becomes easier to see trash that is normally covered by shrubs, vines and tall grass. All are welcome to sign up and join us in this effort!
How Winter Wipeout Works
The cleanup time frame is three weeks and allows for volunteers to choose when it is most convenient for them to clean up! Between February 8 and March 7 you can pick up your supplies and perform a cleanup when it works best for you/your group.
Please join us for Flowers Powering Hope, a community initiative where in exchange for the donation of non-perishable goods, cleaning or hygiene products, you receive free flower bulbs!
Sunday February 28, 1-4 p.m at either location:
Inside the High Point Public Library- 901 N Main St.
Inside the Oak Hollow Marina Office- 3431 N. Centennial St.
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Community Cultivation Campaign
Introducing the Community Cultivation Campaign!
Keep High Point Beautiful and the High Point Urban Forestry Committee took inventory of the trees lost to accidental damage or disease along Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and found that many need to be replaced. Through the efforts of the Community Cultivation Campaign we endeavor to partner with the community to raise the necessary funds to replant trees and restore the landscape.