Annual Call for Street Captains


WBNA's Annual Neighborhood Cleanup relies on the organizing power of street captains. Street captains are neighbors like you who help organize the clean-up of the street they live on. Because captains often change from year to year, we always need more.

How to be a Street Captain (it's easy!)

  1. Click on the red button below to sign up
  2. Recruit neighbors on your street to come out and help during the Annual Spring Cleanup (we provide flyers)
  3. On Cleanup day, lead your street team in cleaning and greening your street
  4. Kick back and enjoy a free BBQ at WBNA after the Cleanup is done!

As a captain, you're invited to the Street Captain Party on Wednesday, April 12, at 7:30pm (WBNA Headquarters) where you'll meet other volunteers, enjoy free pizza and drinks, pick up flyers, and get all the info you need for a successful Cleanup day. If you sign up late to be a captain, don't worry: contact us and we'll help get you set up.

Being a street captain is an opportunity to help make a difference on the very street you live. Tired of passing the same junky corner near your home week after week, or the lot nearby that's an unfortunate dumping ground for various trash, or the stretch of sidewalk that collects every broken bottle, dog poo pile or litter/weed entanglement (or all of the above)? Here's your chance to make it better in one day all while getting to know your neighbors!