Join Neighbors for a Neighborhood Cleanup: Saturday, April 11, 2015, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Make a difference in your neighborhood: Help with a spring cleanup

A neighborhood trash cleanup will be held Saturday, April 11, 2015, in partnership with WVU’s Week of Engagement Kickoff. Neighbors, including WVU students from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. are asked to help, spread the word, and participate. Gloves, bags, and supplies will be provided. Dress appropriately. Gather and start at 287 Eureka Drive. Limited parking is available on site. (View a map.)

Join neighbors for this two-hour service project to cleanup Wiles Hill-Highland Park

WVU Center for Service & Learning Week of EngagementPlan to meet at the Gazebo at Wiles Hill Park on Saturday, April 11, prior to the start of the event at 11 a.m. Help for some or all of the cleanup event. Please help make a difference in our neighborhood.

Supported in part by WVU Student Government AssociationFor more information or to help, neighbors can contact Richard Dumas and students can contact Andrew Carter.WVU & West Virginia: Million Hour Match

Time volunteered with this project counts toward WVU Million Hour MatchLearn more about this service project.

Cleanup Suggestion FormHelp prioritize the service by suggesting a neighborhood cleanup site

If you know of an area in Wiles Hill-Highland Park that would benefit from attention during this cleanup event, please help us by suggesting a cleanup site by Thursday, April 9.

Use the online form to suggest a cleanup site by Thursday, April 9.


  • Gloves, bags, and supplies will be provided.
  • Dress appropriately (pants, long-sleeve shirts, closed-toe shoes, goggles, etc.)
  • Meet at the Gazebo across from the Wiles Hill Senior & Community Center at 287 Eureka Drive.
  • This event will be held rain or shine.
  • Suggest cleanup sites by Thursday, April 9.

Published by

Wes Nugent

Wes is City Councilman from Third Ward and a Past President of the Wiles Hill-Highland Park Neighborhood Association. He continues to volunteer with the neighborhood association by serving in a technical and leadership advisory role.

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