SPRING CLEAN UP DAY
Saturday, May 13
The Town of Jackson encourage all citizens to participate in this important rite of spring here in Jackson Hole, which is sponsored by the Rotary Club who graciously organizes volunteers to clean up our community, and in conjunction with Energy Conservation Works provides participants with lunch in Phil Baux Park during the Eco Fair!
For more information about the Rotary Lunch Club Spring Clean-Up, please contact Bob Norton by calling 307.733.2087.
RESIDENTIAL YARD WASTE CURBSIDE PICK-UP DAY
Monday, May 15, 2017
MONDAY ONLY! Jackson Public Works employees will pick up residential yard waste (e.g., grass, leaves and twigs) left on the curb by 8:00 a.m. in compostable paper yard waste bags or in reusable containers within the Town of Jackson.
Saturday, May 6 through Sunday, May 14
The Town of Jackson respectfully requests that those persons desiring to burn contact the Jackson Hole Law Enforcement Agency at 733-2331 prior to burning.
The annual Spring Clean-Up Day, a community tradition since 1969, is coordinated by the Rotary Lunch Club. The event is held the second Saturday of May. Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 13, 2017 beginning at 9:00am. Volunteers should meet at Phil Baux Park at the base of Snow King, Hoback Market, and the Old Wilson Schoolhouse for a complimentary breakfast and road assignments before setting out to clean streets, highways, and pathways. Trash bags will be provided.
Jackson Hole nonprofit organizations, businesses, Wyoming Adopt-A-Highway agencies, and hundreds of volunteers hit the streets and highways throughout the community with garbage bags in hand to clean up debris left behind as the winter snow melts. Trucks, provided by Teton County, the Town of Jackson, and other volunteer groups, collect bags of roadside trash left by clean-up volunteers. A complimentary lunch will be served to participants beginning at 12:00pm at Phil Baux Park.
Following Spring Clean-Up, Jackson Hole EcoFair hosted by Energy Conservation Works will continue their annual celebration of environmental stewardship with sustainability-oriented booths, live music, local food, demonstrations, kids’ activities, recycling education, and more. The event draws roughly 2,500 participants annually. For more information, please visit www.jacksonecofair.org.