Green Up Day: May 4th, 2019 Get Involved Volunteer Coordinators

Coordinators

Welcome! This page is an informational page for our Green Up Day Volunteer Town Coordinators.

Girl Scout volunteers on Green Up day

Thank you for volunteering as the Green Up Volunteer Town Coordinator. Your help is greatly appreciated and needed to insure Green Up Day’s success.

Helpful information:

Visit the Green Up Guides page to learn more about being a Volunteer Town Coordinator.  

Green Up Day promotional posters are mailed directly to Town Clerk offices mid April.

Green Up Day green litter bags are shipped mid to late April to participating towns by VTrans District Garages to the Town Office.  

Need promotional material? Download copies of:

Safety Tips for Green Up Day.  Download '4 Tips to Stay Safe & Healthy on Green Up Day' from the Vermont State Department of Health.  

Did you know? 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.

Interested in becoming a town coordinator or a co-coordinator, email us at greenup@greenupvermont.org or contact your local Town Office.  

We need your help post Green Up!

Volunteer Town Coordinators, please complete the easy on-line Town Coordinator's Report after Green Up Day. This information is helpful in tracking our success.  We need your stats, be a part of Green Up Day's history!  Scroll down to start.  

 

Town Coordinator Report Form 

Town Coordinators, please complete the form below to report your Green Up Day statistics to us.