The annual Rivers Alive Stream Clean Up in cooperation with the City of Norcross is this Saturday October 16 from 9 AM to noon at the city-owned property on Mitchell St. Look for the signs at the gated entrance just east of the Shell gas station.
This event is part of the state wide annual water way clean up which helps keep our water supply clean and free flowing.
All participants must sign a release. Youth under age 18 must have the release signed by a parent or guardian.
Dress to get dirty. Wear sturdy close-toed shoes that you can get wet if you do not have wading boots.
Volunteers will collect litter and trash and remove invasive plants such as kudzu, English ivy, and Chinese privet.
Special t-shirts are available for volunteers. A credit on City of Norcross storm water utility fee may also be available for qualifying participants.
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