This is a press release from Bloomfield Township. Press releases are official statements that have not been independently verified.
The Township of Bloomfield is once again coming together for a town-wide cleanup on Saturday, April 22, from 8:00 – 12:00 PM Noon, in collaboration with local schools, community groups, and residents, and sponsored by the Bloomfield Beautification Committee.
Residents are encouraged to spread the word about the town-wide cleanup and to get involved by volunteering their time. Anyone interested in participating can sign up at tinyurl.com/2023BloomfieldSpringCleanup
“We’re thrilled to once again be organizing this incredible town-wide event, which is a great opportunity to bring people together and create a real sense of community spirit,” said Mayor Michael Venezia. “In the past the turnout has been spectacular so we hope to see even more people come out this time to help us make Bloomfield an even more beautiful place for all!”
The Bloomfield Spring Town-wide Cleanup is a great opportunity for residents to take pride in their community and work together to make a difference. It is a chance to promote a clean and healthy environment by taking ownership of their own neighborhoods,parks, and other public spaces.
Organized by the Bloomfield Beautification Committee and with support from the Bloomfield Department of Public Works (DPW) and Division of Public Safety, the Town-wide Cleanup Day is a twice-yearly event that encourages residents to actively participate in the upkeep of their neighborhoods and think about the small ways they can make a difference year-round. Participants choose their own location and the Bloomfield DPW drops off and picks up supplies, including gloves, garbage pickers, bags, rakes, and shovels to be used for the event.
“Thank you to all of the volunteers, the Bloomfield Beautification Committee, as well as the members of the Bloomfield Department of Public Works (DPW) and Division of Public Safety, without whom this event would not be possible,” added Councilwoman Jenny Mundell.
If residents are interested in joining the Bloomfield Beautification Committee, they should contact Councilwoman Mundell at [email protected] or the Bloomfield Beautification Committee at [email protected]
Residents may also report any quality of life issues they observe directly to the Township as part of the new Clean & Strong Bloomfield program. To report an issue, please visit the program website and complete the form at: www.bloomfieldtwpnj.com/1472/Report-an-issue.