Community Cleanup

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people picking-up trash in a park


Download the reporting back document from the Community Cleanup survey.


Keeping Kingston clean is a big job. Whether it is our streets, parks, or neighbourhoods, we all need to do our part to reduce and prevent litter and illegal dumping in our community.

The City is developing community cleanup initiatives and needs your help to shape the way forward. These initiatives would be added to existing City programs and plans and would focus on community involvement and participation. To be successful, they need to be guided by the community, for the community.

Together, we can make Kingston a cleaner, safer, and more livable place to call home.


people picking-up trash in a park


Download the reporting back document from the Community Cleanup survey.


Keeping Kingston clean is a big job. Whether it is our streets, parks, or neighbourhoods, we all need to do our part to reduce and prevent litter and illegal dumping in our community.

The City is developing community cleanup initiatives and needs your help to shape the way forward. These initiatives would be added to existing City programs and plans and would focus on community involvement and participation. To be successful, they need to be guided by the community, for the community.

Together, we can make Kingston a cleaner, safer, and more livable place to call home.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please offer your input about future community cleanup initiatives. Submissions will be reviewed by Public Works staff and inform new initiatives. The seven-question survey will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. 

    Survey closes at 4 p.m. on Dec. 16.


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