Clean St. John’s is seeking local visual artists to paint murals on newly installed or replaced traffic control boxes found at intersections throughout the city as part of our 2015 Traffic Box Program. Click Here For Details Clean St. John’s is a voluntary non-profit organization committed to creating and promoting a litter-free city. We are dedicated to the promotion of community partnerships and individual responsibility...more
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Clean St. John’s along with its sponsors, Tim Hortons, Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation and Rockwater Professional Products are pleased to announce that Ward 4 Councillor Bernard Davis is the winner of the Tim Hortons Councillor Challenge as part of our annual Spring Cleanup Campaign. Councillor Davis will be presented with the award during today`s City of St. John`s Council Meeting. Our sincere thanks to Councillor Davis who participated in a number clean ups throughout our...more
Clean St. John’s is pleased to be celebrating Environment Week with our annual Read for the Environment event. Clean St. John’s board and committee members, St. John’s City Councillors, and local celebrities visited grade one classrooms today throughout the City to engage students by reading about protecting our environment and the importance of youth involvement in environmental stewardship. Clean St. John’s is a voluntary non-profit organization committed to creating and promoting a litter-free city. We are...more
St. John’s Clean and Beautiful is now Clean St. John’s. Our fresh new name and logo are part of our efforts to refocus on our mandate to create and promote a litter-free city. “Our work hasn’t changed. We will continue to coordinate the annual Spring Clean-Up, the beautiful Traffic Box Art Program, and our various youth initiatives, among others,” says Michelle Eagles, Chair of Clean St. John’s. “We just have a brand new look that pulls...more
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