Clean & Clear Five Points South 3.0

July 22nd from 9am to 4pm

Clean & Clear Five Points South is a quarterly cleanup event in partnership with area stakeholders. From trash collection to clearing sidewalks and greenery efforts, this is your day to give back to Five Points South.

Total Impact from March 25th & May 20th Clean and Clear events

  • 85 Volunteers
  • 225 Volunteer Hours
  • Over 1900 ft of sidewalk/alley cleaned and cleared
  • Over 2500lbs. of trash collected


Saturday, July 22, 2017 - 8:30am to 4pm


  • 8:30am to 9am - Volunteer Check-in
  • 9am to 11:30am - SHIFT 1
  • 12pm to 1:30pm - Volunteer Lunch


Valley View Park - located at the end of 19th Street South

Check-in is from 8:30am to 9am at the Valley View Park gazebo located in the center of the park.
[NOTE: we will leave together as a group at 9am]

Target areas and task; 

  • 18th St., 16th Ave., & 19th St. - pass out neighborhood packets and meet neighbors along the way.
  • Valley View Park - clear nature trail, remove old steps, tree trimming, moving debris to dumpster and etc


At check-in, you’ll receive your assigned cleaning area. All we need you to bring is the manpower and the following; gloves, shovels, cutters and rakes. Trash bags and pick up sticks will be provided.
IMPORTANT!!!! We will need a number of wheelbarrows and buckets to move debris.


Anyone! From church members to area residents and merchants, we’ll find a place and tasks for everyone. Sign up as an individual or gather a team.


All volunteer who helped out for the day will get a discount on their lunch as a Thank You from the owners at Dreamland.
[NOTE: photo below from May 20th volunteer lunch]

SIGN-UP TODAY Volunteers can register to participate by 

"Volunteering for Clean & Clear we hope will become a staple for residents, visitors and business owners," James Little, Neighborhood District Manager for REV Birmingham, said. "There are always many projects and needs to tackle ... and we hope to see how much our community can get done during these events."

"It's a great opportunity for area residents, visitors and businesses to explore the area while giving some TLC, “Little said. "Also, if anyone in the community notices a troublesome spot—litter, graffiti, etc.—we can add it to the list to address during the next during Clean & Clear."

We hope that beautification efforts like this will help to create a higher quality of life by attracting visitors, residents, reduce crime, encourage new businesses, new residents and create pride in neighborhood that we live, work and worship.