List of locations for the 2019 Earth Week Clean Up

The 28th annual Earth Week Clean Up on Saturday, April 27 at 9 am is organized by the:

Oakville Community Centre for
Peace, Ecology and Human Rights,
P.O. Box 52007, Oakville, ON L6J 7N5
(905) 849-5501,

Earth Week Clean Up logo

The Clean Up  starts at 9 AM on Saturday, April 27.

The map of 51 Locations to Clean Up: 

2019 Map of Earth Week Clean Up Locations

New locations that can also be pitched-in at include:
– Appleby College.
– Millstone Park.
– Oakhaven Drive trails.
– Palermo Park.
– Summit Ridge Drive trails.
– Glen Abbey Trail at Glen Abbey Gate.

Here is a list of the locations to clean up on Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 9 am to 11 am:

Bronte Bluffs Park
Bronte Creek Provincial Park – Main Entrance+Campgrounds
Bronte Road & QEW carpool
Lakeshore Woods

Aldercrest Park
Blakelock HS+YMCA+Suffolk Park+ Glen Oak Park
Coronation Park
Forster Park
Glen Oak Creek Trail South at Monastery Drive
Hopedale Park
Indian Ridge Trail
Kinoak Arena+Brook Valley Park
Old Abbey Lane Park+area
Trafalgar Park
Valleywood Court
Waterworks Park
Woodhaven Park+Sedgewick Park

Albion Park+Wedgewood Park
Busby Park
Clearview Park (on May 11, 2019)
Dunvegan Park
Lakeside Park+Oakville Museum
Maple Grove Park+Arena
Perkins Passage

Arbourview Park
Glen Oak Creek Trail North at Fourth Line and Upper Middle Road
Heritage Way Park
Langtry Park
Ravine at Third Line & Upper Middle Road
Sandpiper Road at Pheasant Lane
16 Hollow Park and Trails
West Oak Trails Park
Woodgate Woods

Memorial Park
Munns Creek Park+Margot Street Park
Nipegon Trail
Oak Park Walk at Memorial Park
Oakville Park
Oxford Park
River Glen Park

Algrove Park
Bayshire Woods Park
Glenashton Drive Bridge and ravines
Glenashton Park and IRRC
Litchfield Park
Pinery Park+Joshua Creek PS
Postridge Park and pathways
Sheridan Hills Park+Lancaster Woods
The Brownstones

Isaac Park and area
Lions Valley Park

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For more information, please contact the Oakville Community Centre for Peace, Ecology and Human Rights at (905) 849-5501, by e-mail at or by writing to P.O. Box 52007, Oakville L6J 7N5.

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