2020 Trash Bash Designed to Keep Volunteers Safe

Join Keep Irving Beautiful to celebrate the 29th annual Trash Bash community cleanup Sept. 14-26.

This year’s event will not be a traditional gathering; however, volunteers are invited to pick up litter at locations throughout Irving anytime between Sept. 14-26.

  • Choose a location, keeping in mind that safety is the primary concern. 
  • Be mindful of traffic flow, sidewalks and social distancing guidelines.
  • Participants 10 years and older should wear masks and gloves.
  • Remember to stay 6 feet apart from others outside your household.

The Trash Bash always involves prize drawings, and this year is no different. To join in the fun, take a picture during your cleanup. Post it to your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram page and use the hashtag #IrvingTrashBash.

Include the number of volunteers, hours worked and bags of trash collected. For each reported cleanup, you and your group receive a prize entry.

For the past several years, KIB has included a canned food drive as part of the Trash Bash. This year, KIB encourages volunteers to make an online monetary donation to Crisis Ministries of Irving Food Pantry or the food pantry of their choice.

As always, the KIB team thanks its volunteers for their generosity.