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Posted on: February 4, 2021

[ARCHIVED] News Release - Volunteers Needed for the Town-Wide Clean-Up

PURCELLVILLE, Va. February 4, 2021 —The Town of Purcellville is once again partnering with Keep Loudoun Beautiful for the annual Town-wide clean-up. This year, modifications have been made to comply with current guidelines related to COVID-19. The clean-up will be spread over a two-day period with two separate time slots each day.  Groups may volunteer to pick up trash on Saturday, March 20 OR Sunday, March 21, from 9 a.m. to noon OR 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. either day. Groups will be limited to 10 per area, face masks must be worn, and participants who do not live together must maintain a 6-foot distance from others. Individuals and organizations interested in participating are encouraged to register online by March 15. 


The Town of Purcellville invites all citizens, families, individuals, sports teams/organizations, scouts, church groups, and all other volunteers to participate in this beneficial effort which will focus on roadside and trail clean-up. Volunteers are encouraged to participate by helping maintain the mission of Keep Loudoun Beautiful:


            - Maintain the natural beauty and visual quality of Loudoun County

            - Encourage and educate citizens to keep Loudoun beautiful

- Promote public awareness of environmental challenges and suggested solutions, like reducing, reusing, and recycling

            - Improve County trash disposal and eliminate illegal dumping


The Purcellville area leader for Keep Loudoun Beautiful, Clay Grisius, will follow up with those who register to provide additional details about the locations for trash pick-up and to schedule a date and time for one person to get supplies for each organization. For additional information, email Clay at or Amie Ware at

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