Broomin' & Bloomin'
Citizens and social, civic and church groups are invited to participate in this annual litter pick-up event. Volunteers are needed to help clean up roadsides, parks, streams, school grounds and other public properties. Thanks to the volunteers who made
Broomin' and Bloomin' such a success in 2019!
Why is Broomin' and Bloomin' so important?
Not only is it an excellent opportunity to protect our local environment, but it's also a way to promote community pride and goodwill and help ensure that Montgomery County will be sustainable for generations to come.
Every bag of trash collected makes a real difference! Volunteers pick up a ton--literally--of trash each year and have helped to clean hundreds of miles of land in the county.
Also, this event is a part of the public participation efforts of our local Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Programs in Montgomery County, Blacksburg, Christiansburg, and Virginia Tech.
Participate in 2020 Event
Broomin' and Bloomin' celebrates its 37th year! Save the date for April 25, 2020.
If you and/or your group are ready to volunteer, sign up! Be sure to also sign the waiver form after being contacted by organizers. Download the Broomin' and Bloomin' Event Participation Guide.
Trash bags, gloves and safety vests are provided. Filled trash bags are picked up from the roadside or cleanup site. Please talk to your school, church, civic or scouting group and consider participating in this event. Volunteers may choose the site or
select from locations needing to be cleaned.
This event takes place rain or shine!