2020 Clean-up Schedule

CleanScapes works with communities and citizens across Clinton and Lycoming Counties to identify sites for its annual series of clean-up events. Help us by reporting a site you know needs a visit from CleanScapes using our easy online form here.

Upcoming Events


Due to concerns for public safety, public monthly CleanScapes Board Member meetings and community cleanup programming are canceled until further notice.

 Please keep an eye out for CleanScapes news here and on our Facebook pages.  When we feel we can safely return to group events we will give notice in these places, in the newspaper and to those on our email list.

We wish you all well, and very much look forward to when we can all get together again enjoying the fresh air and doing great things for our environs.

Report a Site

You can help us identify sites in need of our attention by using our simple REPORT A SITE form!


2019 Events + Results

March 31, 2019: Fishing Creek Streambank & Roadside Cleanup (Clinton County)

On March 31, Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania Football team players and other community members volunteered for the first CleanScapes cleanup of 2019, taking place along the Fishing Creek streambank and roadside!

In just a few hours, 20 volunteers collected 0.59 tons (1,180 pounds) of trash and one tire!


April 13, 2019: City of Williamsport Beautification Cleanup (Lycoming County)

As part of the kickoff for the week-long (April 22-28) Williamsport “Richard James Memorial City Cleanup,” CleanScapes organized two beautification experiences in Williamsport in mid and late April. Phase II included members of the PA Outdoor Corps. (Note: The week-long cleanup was organized by Susquehanna Greenway Partnership, and CleanScapes and Heart of Williamsport were supporting partners.)

The two groups, just 17 volunteers in total, collected 760 pounds of trash! This is just a fraction of what was collected by more than 300 volunteers who came together between April 22-28 to clean up sections of the city.


April 27, 2019: West Branch Susquehanna River Floodplain Cleanup (Clinton County)

Over 50 volunteers came together for an event that will tackled a site along the West Branch Susquehanna River in Wayne Township. This was an opportunity to participate in a floodplain litter and tire removal project, and make a big difference along a stretch of the Bald Eagle Valley Trail (the new rail trail being constructed in phases in Clinton County)!

During this event, 54 volunteers removed 2.25 (4,500 pounds) of trash!


July 27, 2019: Bald Eagle Creek Cleanup (Bald Eagle Township, Clinton County)

This was the first stream cleanup of 2019. Volunteers, including scuba divers from Sunken Treasure Scuba Center, spent a few hours souring Bald Eagle Creek in Bald Eagle Township, Clinton County, to remove tires from the creek bed.

On this cleanup, 28 volunteers collected 92 tires and 1.12 tons (2,225 pounds) of trash!


August 17, 2019: West Branch Susquehanna River Cleanup (Lock Haven & Woodward Township, Clinton County)

Sunken Treasure Scuba Center and CleanScapes volunteers gathered at Jay Street Bridge in Woodward Township on August 17 on a mission to remove tires from the West Branch Susquehanna River.

During the event, volunteers removed 34 tires, 75 pounds of scrap metal and 300 pounds of trash!


September 7, 2019: Bald Eagle Creek Cleanup (Flemington Borough & Castanea Township, Clinton County)

CleanScapes volunteers, including students from Lock Haven University and scuba divers from Sunken Treasure Scuba Center, went back to Bald Eagle Creek in September for another cleanup, this time further down stream than the one held on July 27. Volunteers were searching for tires and other manmade debris. !

On September 7, 74 volunteers collected 160 tires and removed 2.97 tons of trash from Bald Eagle Creek!

Learn about what a typical CleanScapes cleanup is like here.

Note: all clean-up event dates are subject to change based on weather, volunteer numbers and other factors. Check back regularly to see if new events are added to the schedule. Once you’ve signed up for an event, you’ll receive notification if an event is cancelled or postponed.