VSU Students Honored the College by Keeping it Clean
After VSU’s homecoming on October 20, 2018, student volunteers from Phi Beta Sigma Incorporated and AbStrakt Entertainment joined forces as the “Aftermath Campus Clean-Up”. They picked up litter on Chesterfield Avenue, the front of MPC and parts of River Road. They collectively picked up over 20 bags of trash. A big “thank you” from the Keep Chesterfield Beautiful team!
Minor Home Repairs - November 2018
|District||Location||Time||Volunteers Needed||Type of Repairs|
|Bermuda District||Chester Hill Circle||Your own time||Volunteers needed||Roof repair and painting|
|Bermuda District||Sherourne Road||Your own time||Volunteers needed||Painting - Shutters, porch, and trim|
Landscaping - November 2018
|District||Location||Time||Volunteers Needed||Type of Landscaping|
|Bermuda District||Chester Hill Circle||Your own time||Volunteers needed||Yard work|
Beautification Projects - November 2018
|District||Location||Time||Volunteers Needed||Type of Beautification Project|
|Bermuda District||Loren Dr||Your own time||Volunteers needed||Curb appeal - trim grass at curb, repair fence and cut back bushes/limbs|
If you are interested in attending any of our Volunteer Opportunities, please contact Pam Cooper at [email protected] or call 804-751-2227.
Community Clean-Up Events
Chesterfield County's Department of Community Enhancement offers various volunteer opportunities. In alignment with the County's vision, Community Enhancement is hosting neighborhood clean-up events in 2019, to include litter pickup, grass cutting, raking leaves, mulching, planting flowers, painting, and other tasks as needed to help beautify the neighborhoods.
All volunteers who plant to participate in a community clean-up event, must be registered (this includes youth). If the event indicates adults must be present, youth and adults must register as a team. If allowed on the project, any youth volunteers under the age of 18 must bring a parent-signed youth waiver to the project.
Adopt - A - Spot Program
Is there a spot in your neighborhood that could look better if only someone would take the time to clean it up? You can make a difference by taking ownership of just a small piece of Chesterfield County as your “adopted spot.” By volunteering to remove unsightly litter, your neighborhood, civic, school or church group will be active partners in this beautification endeavor and assist the county in achieving its goal to be responsible protectors of the environment.
Keep Chesterfield Beautiful Program, part of the Department of Community Enhancement, is looking for volunteers for the Adopt-A-Spot Program. This program allows organizations, businesses, and individuals to adopt smaller, more-secure areas, instead of busy roadways. A spot may be a park, school grounds, vacant lot, parking lot, walkway, median strip, street, or entry way. The county will provide garbage bags and reflective vests as needed.
Take pride in your community by helping to keep just one site beautiful and litter-free.