Earth Day

An Earth Day Proclamation and Message from Mayor Lioneld Jordan

TAKE THE PLEDGE!

Although our trash-grabber and T-shirt giveaway event is now over, you can still participate in the City’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Click on one of the links below to create a City of Fayetteville Earth Day pledge for you and your family.

Ways to Make A Difference  

While we are practicing safe social distancing, there are many other simple ways we can celebrate Earth Day to make a positive difference in our community:

Visit the City’s web page about What You Can Do to Fight Climate Change for some year-round tips on reducing your energy consumption and making earth-friendly choices. 

Visit the Official Earth Day Site and learn about their Digital 24-Hours of Action program for 2020

  • Prevent accidental litter.  Close dumpster lids when not in use; don’t throw unbagged trash in truck beds; bag all trash placed in curbside pickup cans.
  • Go to the Great Razorback Regional Greenway Cleanup Facebook Page for other simple things you and your household can do: https://www.facebook.com/pg/greatgreenwaycleanup/events/

For more information about the City of Fayetteville’s sustainability program, visit www.fayetteville-ar.gov/sustainability.

If you have any questions or would like more ideas on how to get involved please contact Heather Ellzey 479-601-1930.

Have a safe and fun Earth Day!

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Earth Day Proclamation 2020
Earth Day Pledge