On Saturday, October 25, 2014, the Town of Tyrone and Fayette County Environmental Management will partner to hold their 6th annual Rivers Alive Clean-Up Event. Volunteers will meet that morning at 9:00 am at Tyrone Town Hall, 881 Senoia Road. From there, supplies will be distributed, a brief safety meeting will be held and liability waivers will be completed by all of the participants.
Then, we will break up into groups and head out to clean up trash along the roadways and stream banks of Line Creek and Flat Creek, two streams that supply drinking water to our community. The segments of the stream that we will clean up are located in close proximity to Castlewood Road, Palmetto Road and Dogwood Trail. All volunteers must arrange for their own transportation to the clean-up sites. All of the participants under the age of 18 will be required to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Please join us at our 2014 Rivers Alive clean up in an effort to beautify one of our planet’s most valuable resources, our streams.
In an effort to save some time on the day of the event, please complete a liability waiver by clicking the link below. Print the waiver out and bring it with you on the morning of the event. If your entire family will be participating in the event, please feel free to add all of the family members names to one waiver and have one parent or legal guardian sign the waiver claiming liability for his/her entire party. All participants must submit a completed liability waiver before participating in the event. For any additional comments or questions regarding the Town’s 2014 Rivers Alive clean up event, please contact the Town’s Environmental Planning Technician, Beth Vaughn, at (770) 487-4038 ext. 103 or email@example.com.