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By Carliss Bates

The Great Savannah Litter Pick Up

Keep Savannah Beautiful invites all neighborhoods, businesses, churches, civic organizations and residents to partner and participate in the 2019 Great Savannah Litter Pickup Day which is set for Saturday, March 2, 2019.

Here are some ways that you can participate:

  • Partnering with a community neighborhood to assist with their planned litter cleanups activities
  • Participate in the Adopt-A-Spot program and adopt a street, park or neighborhood (spots available for adoption)
  • Students can receive community service hours for their participation in KSB activities

Contact Carliss E. Bates at 912.651.6703 for more information.

By Saja Aures

Parker’s and City of Savannah to Host Inaugural Pokemon Go + Keep Savannah Clean Event on August 20

WHAT:           Inaugural Parker’s Pokemon Go + Keep Savannah Clean Event. While playing Pokemon Go, attendees will break up into groups and pick up trash in Forsyth Park and head north along Whitaker and Abercorn Street, ending up on River Street. The top three participants with the most trash by weight will win Parker’s Cash Cards. Attendees will be provided with free trash bags and latex gloves. This event is free and open to the public. Members of the media are welcome to attend.


WHO:             Parker’s, an award-winning convenience store company headquartered in Savannah, Ga., and the City of Savannah.


WHEN:          Saturday, August 20, 2016

8 a.m.


WHERE:        Forsyth Park Fountain

Savannah, Ga. 


NOTE:            Interviews will be available on-site with Parker’s President and CEO Greg Parker as well as City of Savannah representatives and event participants.  


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The concept behind this event, which is organized by Parker’s, is to use Pokemon Go for the betterment of the community and to come together to reduce litter on Savannah’s streets. This event is the first in an ongoing series of community-oriented trash pickup events.  

Questions? Please contact Lance Ramsey at


By LitterCrew

Congrats To The #LitterCrew In California!

They picked up over 1 MILLION pounds of ‪#‎Litter‬! That’s fantastic! We would love to see that kind of effort in Savannah as well!

They also realized that cigarette butts are the most common litter found on beaches. If you head out to any beach in the area be sure to dispose of your litter properly!

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The Great Savannah Litter Pick Up
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