What it is
The 125th Street Business Improvement District, Manhattan Community Board 9, and 10, is calling all neighborhood groups to participate in a cleanup day. The Harlem Healthy and Clean Campaign Competition is designed to promote the cleanliness of Harlem. It is an opportunity for city agencies, community groups, and businesses to take initiative on this Harlem-wide issue of sanitation and serves as an opportunity to beautify Harlem.
Organizers
125th Street BID:
Barbara Askins
Community Board #10:
Hazel Dukes – Chair – Health and Human Resource Committee
Michelle Booker
Karen Dixon
Troy Gethers
Donna Gill
Community Board #9:
Padmore John – Chair – Community Board #9
Ken Miles
Monica Dula
Laquita Henry
Partners
City Councilman Bill Perkins
Safe in Harlem
Media Partners
On Point Experience
Say Yas Productions
Harlem Community News
Eligibility
Harlem Healthy and Clean Competition is open to all neighborhood groups, organizations, businesses, and residents located in Manhattan Community Board #9 and Community Board #10.   The date for Clean up is June 1, 2018.
Here is how it works:
·         Participants must set up and organize a cleanup activity on their own to take place on May 18th.
·         Participants can remove litter from public areas such as streets, parks, etc., do beautification projects, remove graffiti, clear away illegal dumped waste dump that has piled up in the neighborhood, etc.  Recyclable material must be collected and recycled properly.
·         To get cleaning materials contact the Department of Sanitation at least three (3) weeks in advance of the clean up to ask to loan cleaning tools and supplies for the cleanup and collect the bagged debris. 

125th Street Business Improvement District