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  • Thank you for your interest in Golden Heart Clean Up Day! At this point if you register below, the information will be used to collect volunteer participation numbers only. Our volunteers that pick up the full trash bags from the roadside (our awesome Heavy Haulers) have been assigned their route and will only be picking up bags from previously registered areas and main roads and intersections. You can still participate! Grab some bags and join the fun. If there are people cleaning an area that you wanted, ask to join in and make new friends. If you clean in an area that is not along a main road please take your full bags to the FNSB landfill and tell them it’s clean up day trash (please secure you load) or get them to a main road or intersection by Saturday afternoon. See below for more information and thank you for your part in making our community a better place.


  • Clean-Up Day is a community-wide volunteer initiative to clean up the trash uncovered by melting snow in the Fairbanks North Star Borough before the summer tourism season begins.

    The Chamber provides trash bags for pick up at various locations around town. Groups or individuals can go get these bags and sign up for an area or street that they are willing to clean up. Clean-Up Day 2024 has been set for all day Saturday, May 11th.

    Please close bags securely so our Heavy Hauler volunteers can pick them up that day!

    Bags and online registration will be available on April 29th

    Bags can be picked up at the following locations:

    • Midnight Sun Council Boy Scouts of America - 1400 Gillam Way
    • Cowles Heating - 1675 Richardson Hwy
    • Central Recycling Facility - 1855 Marika Road
    • Green Star - 2134 Texaco Ave
    • Golden Heart Waste Management - 2131 Sheldon Ave

    The Clean-Up Day Committee is made up of volunteers from many different sponsoring organizations including; United Way of the Tanana Valley, Department of Transportation: Adopt a Highway, Green Star of Interior Alaska, Midnight Sun Council, Boy Scouts of America, Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce, Fairbanks North Star Borough Landfill, Explore Fairbanks, UAF, Cowles Heating Service, Northern Star Pogo Mine, North Pole Community Chamber of Commerce, Alaskans for litter Prevention and Recycling, and The Radio Station.