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Time To Clean Up The Park


Required Pre-Registration Closes March 30

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Granite Creek Cleanup is Saturday April 23, 2022. Required Pre-Registration is set to close on March 30. People  looking to do their part must Pre-Register at

2022 Granite Creek Cleanup: 

• April 23rd, 2022 

• 8 AM – 12 Noon. Sign-In & Materials pickup at Granite Creek Park 

• Make a Difference 

• Help Clean Up Your Community 

• Event T-shirt for all Registered Participants 

Join almost 500 of your friends and neighbors by volunteering to clean up a reach of creek, park, or trail. Get outside and get dirty while making a difference. Now in its 15th year under Prescott Creeks leadership approximately 6,500 participants have removed over 50 tons of trash and debris from Prescott area waterways, trails, and natural areas.  

Sponsors and partners make this event possible! Prescott Creeks welcomes Findlay Subaru Prescott as the Premier Sponsor for the 2022 Granite Creek Cleanup! The City of Prescott and Yavapai County GIS are key  operational partners. Additional sponsorships are available through March 30th. For sponsorship information, call the Prescott Creeks office at (928) 445-5669. 

Pre-Registration is REQUIRED for those interested in participating. This allows for an efficient contactless drive up sign-in process at the event and gets participants out to their cleanup locations faster.

More information is  available on the Prescott Creeks website at

For questions, email or call (928) 445-5669. All pre-registered participants will be contacted by email  the week before the event with details about sign-in procedures, assigned cleanup location, and other relevant  event information. 

Creeks Connect Community! Working together will clean up the creeks! 

Prescott Creeks is a local not-for-profit organization founded in 1990 with a mission to achieve healthy watersheds and clean waters in central Arizona for the benefit of people and wildlife through protection, restoration, education, and advocacy. 


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