Granite Creek Cleanup

The 2015 Granite Creek Cleanup is scheduled for Saturday April 18th.

We hope you will plan to join Prescott Creeks and 500+ of your community neighbors for a morning of fun and service to the creeks. (We'll even give you a cool t-shirt!)

More info will appear here begining sometime soon after the first of the year. Check back to find out more, or sign up on the front page of the Prescott Creeks website for our monthly E-News.

The 2014 Granite Creek Cleanup was Saturday April 19th, 2014

Here is what the 4/20/2014 Daily Courier's editorial had to say about the Cleanup (in context to Earth Day):

"...The biggest effort, as it is every year, is the Granite Creek clean-up event. Since 2007, Prescott Creeks and its band of volunteers have removed 36 tons - 36 tons! - of trash (glass bottles, tires, metal scraps, etc.) from local creeks, lakes and trails. And for good measure, much of that trash is recycled and turned into art as a way to turn something discarded into a unique creation - and to display as a reminder of the lessons of littering.

We all know Earth Day is not a one-day phenomenon. It is instead a reminder to re-focus ourselves and the generations to come through year-round advocacy, and a personal challenge to ask one another if we've done something beneficial for our world today.

*By the way, if you're interested in getting some that transformed art for yourself, on Saturday, May 3, check out the "One Man's Treasure Upcycled Art Auction" at the Prescott College Crossroads Center. Proceeds benefit Prescott Creeks."

We've attached the complete editorial below.

The announcement for 2014:

Shayla by David Cottle

Photo by David Cottle


Pre-Registration available online.

Join us on Saturday, April 19, 2014, for the Granite Creek Cleanup. This annual event has removed 36 tons of trash from our area creeks, lakes, and trails since Prescott Creeks began hosting it in 2007. This year we expect to cover more miles and pull out even more trash, making the Prescott area a more beautiful, safe place for everyone to enjoy. 

Start the morning with signing in, getting a map, t-shirt, bags, snack, and coffee. Then head to the creeks and seperate trash into true trash and possibly reusable trash. Finally, you're invited (but not required) to join us back at Granite Creek Park for more snack, music, and upcycled art. 

Granite Creek Cleanup: making clean creeks fun for everyone.

Cleanup teens