Community groups will collect litter from County roadsides and ditches as part of the annual roadside cleanup program that begins this Saturday, April 22.

Signs will be posted in the cleanup areas, and the volunteer crews will be wearing high-visibility safety vests. Drivers are asked to watch for cleanup crews, slow down and practice caution. 

The first set of groups will be out on Saturday, April 22, on the following roadside:

    South of County Industrial Park – RGE RD 61 and RGE RD 62, South of HWY 668, and TWP RD 704A

The second set of groups will be out Saturday, April 29, on the following roadsides:

    TWP RD 714 – from Carriage Lane to RGE RD 51. RGE RD 54, Five Mile Hall Yard and Recycle Area
    Huallen – RGE RD 92 from HWY 43 to TWP RD 710

Visit to view additional cleanup locations and dates on an interactive web map as they become available. 

The roadside cleanup is an annual effort each spring where the County provides local, non-profit organizations the opportunity to raise funds by cleaning up the roadsides, ditches, and hamlets across the municipality. Last year, 45 groups cleared over 299 km of County roads, collecting approximately 14 tonnes of litter and raising $69,910 to support their organizations.