Litter and Beautification Meetings will be held at the township building one the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:30pm . The most current meeting schedule can be found in the meetings section of this website (click here!)
Currently, Litter and Beautification is a Sub-Committee of Parks and Recreation. Please check out that page for more information.
The goal is to support this part of Middle Smithfield Township’s mission statement:
“…improve the quality of life for our citizens and improve the business environment for our enterprises through creative leadership, dedicated personnel, and collaboration.”
The Township’s Litter and Beautification Committee mission is to engage residents and business owners in Middle Smithfield Township to improve the appearance and aesthetics of our township by providing positive leadership and opportunities for volunteers to contribute toward the cleanliness and beautification of our township.
Since the beginning of 2013, the Litter and Beautification Committee has made significant progress in litter control though our bi-annual program known as “1,000 Feet of Street.”
The “1,000 Feet of Street” program started with the thought of achieving 1,000 feet of clean street per volunteer. With the dedication of many volunteers and the township’s Public Works Department, the 1,000 feet of street quickly became 5-miles of street!
During the first 1,000 Feet of Street held on June 15, 2013, over 5-miles of street were cleaned and a 20-yard dumpster was filled with debris from Route 209, Sellersville Road, and Municipal Drive.
Litter and Beautification also manages the Township’s Adopt a Road program. The Township owns 76 miles of road, among these 124 roads are in the Adopt a Road Program. Approximately half our roads have been adopted. We are working on the other half!