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South Platte Renew, 2900 S Platte River Dr
Englewood, CO 80110 United States



Annual Earth Day River Clean-Up

April 11 - April 23
South Platte Renew, 2900 S Platte River Dr
Englewood, CO 80110 United States
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South Platte Renew (SPR) is hosting the annual River Clean-Up event between April 11 and April 23. Building off the success of last year’s virtual event, this year will be a hybrid of DIY (do-it-yourself) efforts throughout the two weeks, leading up to the clean-up of Centennial Park on Saturday, April 23, from 9 a.m. – noon.

Virtual Clean-up | April 11-23: Volunteers can join SPR and the cities of Littleton and Englewood from their communities by collecting debris and trash from their neighborhoods, local rivers, lakes, or parks. Over the two-week period, volunteers can choose their preferred date, time, and location to keep local recreation areas clean, safe, and looking their best.

 In-Person Clean-Up | April 23:

  • Time – 9 a.m. to noon
  • Location – Centennial Park (4630 S Decatur Street, Englewood, CO 80110)
  • Parking – There is parking at the Decatur Street park entrance. If needed, there is additional parking at the Union Ave. entrance.
  • Check-in / Supplies – We will have a check-in booth set up at the Decatur Street parking lot with trash/recycle bags, safety equipment, and other supplies. Once you check in and collect your supplies, we will split into small groups and clean up the park!


This year’s goal is to collect 250 bags of trash and recycling throughout the event. SPR asks volunteers to share photos of their clean-up efforts and the total number of bags collected with Erin Bartlett at

SPR will share Clean-Up progress online, and participants that register will be entered to win prizes!

All participants should register for the event via the form below. If you have any questions, please contact Erin Bartlett.

2022 River Clean-Up Event

Join SPR for the Annual River Clean-Up between April 11 and April 23!
  • Please indicate which event during the Clean-Up you'll be participating in.
  • If you have more than one person that you are registering, please consider giving your team a name.
  • By listing participants on the form, all persons are submitting to the same legal liability and photo release listed below
  • By submitting this registration for the above titled event, I do hereby release, discharge, and hold harmless the Cities of Littleton and Englewood, their public officials, agents, employees, and insurers from any and all liability, claims, demands, suits, and causes of action, which I may hereafter have on account of any and all injuries or damage to me or my property, or death, arising out of or related to any happening or occurrence while I am participating in the above titled program. For the same consideration, I agree to forever hold the cities of Littleton and Englewood and the South Platte Renew harmless from any such liability, claims, demands, or actions. I agree to assume the risk for myself and any individuals I am guardian of, indemnify them harmless from any such liability, claims, demands, and suits or causes of action. I hereby authorize the City of Englewood to use and reproduce any and all photos of me, and any individuals I am the guardian of I submit for the above event for City use without any compensation to me. All photos shall be the property of the City of Englewood.

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