Volunteers from the community unite in both Spring and Fall to cleanup our neighborhoods. Over 50 different organizations, youth groups, clubs, churches, and corporations are committed to beautifying our neighborhoods by adopting a designated location.

Saturday, April 13, 2024

9am – Noon (Rain or Shine)

Pick up a donut, free gloves & bags, and get directions to areas that need the most attention at these Registration Stations:

  • Downtown – 200 W. 3rd Street (corner of 3rd & Belle St.)
  • Middletown – Hellrung Park (entrance at 7th & Central Ave.)

If needed, your group can pick up supplies at Alton Visitors Center or Jacoby Arts Center two weeks prior.

Supplies donated by Madison County Building and Zoning Dept. and City of Alton Public Works.

Let Us Know You Are Coming!

Questions? Please call (618) 467-2375.

Coordinated By: Pride, Inc.


  • Alton Main Street
  • 100 Black Men of Alton
  • Alton Fire Department
  • Alton High School FCCLA
  • Alton Knights of Columbus
  • Ardent Mills
  • Arrow Signs
  • Boys & Girls Club of Alton
  • Campbell’s Construction & Restoration
  • Club Paws
  • CNB Bank & Trust
  • East End Improvement Association
  • Germania Brew Haus
  • Girl Scouts
  • Gils Learning & Developing
  • Imperial Manufacturing
  • Jacoby Arts Center
  • Jennifer Bishop School of Dance
  • Junior League of Alton
  • Illinois Natural History Survey
  • Kids Growing Kindness
  • Kiwanis Club of Alton-Godfrey
  • LCCC Trailblazers
  • Lucky Pets
  • Marquette Catholic High School
  • Masonic Temple Rainbow Girls
  • Middletown Neighbors
  • Mississippi Landing Lofts
  • North Alton-Godfrey Business Council
  • OSF Saint Anthony’s Health Care
  • Principia College
  • Republic Services
  • Rotary of the Riverbend
  • Rushmore
  • Sierra Club
  • Trinity’s Way
  • Upper Alton Association
  • Youth Build AmeriCorps
  • YWCA of Alton
  • Illinois Central School Bus