2020 Public Works Road-E-O

The Public Works Road-E-O is a fun, “festival-like” event for your entire family.  This year, it will take place on Saturday, February 22, 2020, from 10am-3pm, at the Public Works Administration Building, 1100 N. Chamberlain Blvd.  Last year, over 2,400 attended the event.  There will be children’s activities, equipment demonstrations, interactive booths, music, food vendors and bounce houses!  Back by popular demand is our "Solid Waste Experience" where you can get in a garbage/recycling truck and see what it's like to operate the arm.

The highlight of the day is the “Road-E-O” in which Solid Waste and Operations & Maintenance heavy equipment drivers showcase their skills in a challenging obstacle course competition.  Winners earn bragging rights for a year!

To learn more, click here to visit our Road-E-O page.

 


Adopt-a-Street Program

The City of North Port Adopt-a-Street program provides an opportunity for volunteers to cleanup City streets.  Individuals, clubs and organizations can make an invaluable difference in the community and enhance the overall appearance of the City by adopting a segment of street(s) and picking up litter a minimum of three times a year.

 To learn more about this program, click here to visit our Adopt-a-Street Program page.

 


Great American Cleanup

Join the nation’s largest community improvement program and help keep your community beautiful!

Locally, our mission is “to enhance and promote public interest and participation in the general improvement of the environment throughout Sarasota County” which is done through education, cleanup programs, recycling and other methods of reducing solid waste.

To learn more about this program, click here to visit our Great American Cleanup page.

 


International Coastal Cleanup

The International Coastal Cleanup is the world's largest volunteer effort to clean up waterways and the ocean.  The International Coastal Cleanup is an educational tool to share key details about what is trashing our waterways and lakes with the public.  Behavioral changes of individuals and businesses play a key role in litter prevention of the City's waterways and lakes.

The International Coastal Cleanup is held annually in September.   

 


Keep Sarasota County Beautiful

Keep Sarasota County Beautiful (KSCB) is a county-wide beautification program that initiates community cleanup projects to help keep our community free of litter. 
 
Locally, the organization's mission is "to enhance and promote public interest and participation in the general improvement of the environment throughout Sarasota County" which is done through education, cleanup programs, recycling and other methods of reducing solid waste.