Pioneer Square Spring Clean 2014

Pioneer Square Spring Clean 2014

**Date change alert: Due to weather forecasts, Spring Clean is rescheduled for Saturday, May 17th. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Volunteer for the Pioneer Square Spring Clean!

Great things are happening in Pioneer Square, yet there is still a lot of work to do! Be part of the solution and join us on Saturday, May 17th for the annual Pioneer Square Spring Clean. Help brighten up the neighborhood! Open registration ends at 5 PM on May 9th.

Event Details

Saturday, May 17, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Occidental Park – S Main St & Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104

Event is from 9 AM to 12 PM on Saturday, May 17, 2014. Check-in begins at 8:30 AM in Occidental Square Park. Lunch will be served at noon. You may choose your t-shirt size and lunch preferences during registration. After you register, keep an eye on your email in the coming weeks for a selection of tasks you may be assigned to for the event (we will ask for your top two choices – make sure you respond!).

Public transportation is strongly recommended, but if you are driving visit for nearby parking lots.

Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter! We’ll be posting updates and pictures of the event using the #PSQclean hashtag. Use #PSQclean to help us find your pictures and comments!

This event is brought to you by the Alliance for Pioneer Square. Special thanks to our partners Feet First, International Sustainability Institute, Recology Cleanscapes, and Seattle Parks Foundation. And thanks to you for being part of the continual revitalization of Pioneer Square!

Start registering below or view our event page at

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3 Responses to Pioneer Square Spring Clean 2014

  1. Lori Linenko says:

    Director at Reynolds Work Release. I will bring at least 10 male residents who will be supervised. They are very excited about doing something positive in the community. I am in the process of signing up volunteer residents now and will get you shirt sizes as soon as the are approved to participate. If we get more staff to volunteer, I will involve more residents.

  2. End User says:

    Acknowledge the workforce which routinely make Pioneer Square less of a cesspool – MID

    A great idea would be to buy them lunch or personally thank them for their collective efforts. In particular, look for MID employee, Sean – Day in, day .out, regardless of weather, he toils non-stop. So feel free to buy him or any of the other MID staff a nice hot lunch at any one of these thriving restaurants in the Square and show your appreciation

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