Welcome! This page is an informational page for our Town Coordinators.
Are you a volunteer looking to participate in Green Up Day? Visit our Get Involved page to find out who your town coordinator is, where to get the Green Up bags, and what to do with them afterwards.
Each town has a coordinator, and sometimes a co-coordinator. They volunteer to coordinate the Green Up effort for their town. If you are interested in becoming a town coordinator or a co-coordinator, email us at email@example.com.
If you are a new coordinator, visit the Green Up Guides page to learn more about coordinating!
We track statistics about trash collected and number of volunteers. These are really important measures of success. We ask all town coordinators to submit an online Town Coordinator’s Report. Scroll down to submit your report below.
Need a copy of this year's Green Up poster? Download a jpeg version here.
Green Up bags are shipped every April directly to the 8 AOT District Garages throughout the State. Not sure what district your town is in? Click here to download a list of towns by District.The bags are then delivered out to all the towns so they arrive a week prior to Green Up Day. Addison County towns will need to go to ACSWMD to pick up bags and posters. The Green Up Day posters are mailed to all the town offices in early April.
Needles and Hazardous Waste: Green Up volunteers and town coordinators are not to touch or pick up needles or hazardous waste such as Meth Lab containers. Let your local town leaders know the location of the needles.
Act 148: Green Up Vermont has been given an exemption from the Agency of Natural Resources. It is encouraged, however, if your town has enough volunteers to help sort and wash containers that are dirty. It is voluntary not mandatory.
Town Coordinator Report Form
Town Coordinators, please complete the form below to report your Green Up Day statistics to us.