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In June 2013, AIM (Action in Muskogee) revealed the results of a community-wide survey (664 citizens responded). When asked “What changes could improve quality of life in Muskogee” the #1 response was: Clean Up the City. There are City programs underway to rehabilitate or remove dilapidated structures. On March 25-28, 2015, you can answer the ‘what can I do for my City”’ challenge by participating in the Muskogee 500 Azalea Clean-Up.
The Muskogee 500 Azalea Clean-Up is 500 citizens working together over four days to make a difference and clean up our city. They will work in all four wards of the city to clean up illegal dump sites, parks, trails and main thoroughfares. The Mayor is challenging church groups, civic organizations, schools, sports teams, banks – any and all groups – to get a team together to help our city.
Individuals or teams that want to be part of Muskogee 500 Azalea Clean-Up may work on any day, as best fits their schedules, March 25-28, 2015. We expect the largest participation day to be Saturday, March 28, and the city is planning a big kickoff event at the front of the Civic Center at 8 am
To support Muskogee and be part of the Muskogee 500 Azalea Clean-Up, contact our City’s Environmental Control Office at 918-684-6326 or email [email protected]. You can keep up with the latest Muskogee 500 news on our Facebook page.
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