Community Invited to Help KC Parks Cleanup with Booms to Brooms Initiative

WHO: Kansas City, MO Parks and Recreation
KC Parks and Recreation Ambassadors

WHAT: Encouraging residents join us in local parks as we clean up fireworks debris and other litter from the holiday weekend.

WHERE: Choose the park nearest you, or help out at one of these booming parks.

  • North: Pleasant Valley Park, Hidden Valley Park, Englewood Park, Line Creek Park
  • Central: Blue Valley Park, Case Park, Penn Valley Park, Kessler Park
  • South: Swope Park, Minor Park

WHEN:

WHO: Kansas City, MO Parks and Recreation
KC Parks and Recreation Ambassadors

WHAT: Encouraging residents join us in local parks as we clean up fireworks debris and other litter from the holiday weekend.

WHERE: Choose the park nearest you, or help out at one of these booming parks.

North: Pleasant Valley Park, Hidden Valley Park, Englewood Park, Line Creek Park
Central: Blue Valley Park, Case Park, Penn Valley Park, Kessler Park
South: Swope Park, Minor Park
WHEN: Beginning Sunday, July 5 at 8:30 a.m. through Monday,July 6, 2020

WHY: To help keep our parks beautiful and remove fireworks debris and other litter that might otherwise end up in our waterways.

HOW: If you need a bag or gloves, a limited supply will be available at Penn Valley Park, Swope Park Bandstand and Englewood Park from 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m. on Sunday. Please remember to safely distance. Volunteer for as long as you want and then leave your bag next to the trash receptacle for KC Parks crews to pick up. Be sure to take before and after photos and share them with the hashtag #KCParks. Thank you for helping keep KC Parks beautiful!

WHY: To help keep our parks beautiful and remove fireworks debris and other litter that might otherwise end up in our waterways.

HOW: If you need a bag or gloves, a limited supply will be available at Penn Valley Park, Swope Park Bandstand and Englewood Park from 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m. on Sunday. Please remember to safely distance. Volunteer for as long as you want and then leave your bag next to the trash receptacle for KC Parks crews to pick up. Be sure to take before and after photos and share them with the hashtag #KCParks. Thank you for helping keep KC Parks beautiful!

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