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            Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that the City of Bayonne will have an Earth Day Clean-Up At Home on Saturday, April 25, with a rain date of Sunday, April 26.  Mayor Davis said, “Earlier this year, we had big plans for a citywide Earth Day clean-up that would have involved groups of people working together, followed by a major celebration.  Due to the Coronavirus, those plans had to be cancelled.”  Mayor Davis continued, “We can still honor Earth Day.  Although we cancelled plans for doing something big leading to a party at DiDomenico-16th Street Park, we can still do something local and effective.  Put on a face mask and gloves, step outside, and clean up around your own home or business.  Let’s try to keep at least the front of our properties tidy. This can make a big difference for our neighborhoods.”

Bayonne Citywide Clean-Up Set for April 16


cleanup Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that a citywide clean-up called Spring Cleaning Day will take place on Saturday, April 16.  Smith said, “During the winter months, litter accumulated under ice and snow.  Now that the snow and ice have melted, it is time for each residential and commercial neighborhood to do a good spring cleaning. The goals of the day cleaning the city, educating people against littering, and encouraging everyone to take responsibility

Each of Bayonne’s eleven public elementary schoolyards and the schoolyard of All Saints Catholic Academy will serve as a neighborhood supply center for the clean-up effort.  Residents and businesses interested in participating should report to the nearest schoolyard before 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 16, to receive directions and pick up supplies for cleaning up neighborhoods.  Participants will receive a list of suggested areas to clean. The supplies available will include gloves, garbage and recycling bags, dustpans, and shovels.  People are also welcome to use their own supplies, if they have them.  Continue reading Bayonne Citywide Clean-Up Set for April 16