A Litter Free Dallas starts with me! Use the resources below to volunteer, borrow tools for your neighborhood cleanup and report litter or illegal dumping.
Code Compliance: Community Hand Tool Program
The Nuisance Abatement Division offers a Community Hand Tool Program which is designed to provide volunteer groups with equipment to clean up litter, mow grass, and cut vegetation in their neighborhood for weekend clean-up projects or other beautification events.
Planning & Urban Design: Operation Beautification
Operation Beautification is a Citywide Community Cleanup Program. Residents, Neighborhood Associations, Civic, Faith-Based and Crime Watch groups, schools and businesses are invited to participate in this citywide cleaning spree!
Groundwork Dallas: Volunteer
Groundwork Dallas is dedicated to improving the natural surroundings of Dallas and beyond. The organization works closely with area citizens, like-minded organizations, and the city to help realize a vision of a safer, cleaner, and healthier environment.
Park and Recreation: Be Amazing! Volunteer!
Volunteers are the heart of the Park & Recreation department. They help keep parks beautiful and humming with activity by sharing skills, contributing time, and enhancing our lives. Schedule a clean-up by contacting our Volunteer Coordinator.
Report Litter & Illegal Dumping
3-1-1: Report Litter
Please contact Dallas 311 to report litter, illegal dumping, or to schedule Operation Beautification/Community Cleanups.
Dallas City Marshal: Report Illegal Dumping (in progress)
The Dallas City Marshal’s Office responds to illegal dumping activities in Dallas. If you see someone dumping, call 9-1-1 immediately and do not approach. If you find an illegal dump site, call 3-1-1 or visit the Dallas City Marshal webpage for the link to report it.
Keep Dallas Beautiful’s mission is to improve environmental quality in Dallas by working with neighborhoods and their grass-roots community organizations on litter reduction, recycling education and beautification.
The Trinity River Watershed “Adopt-a-Spot” site and Online Mapping Tool Project was created to foster a litter-free environment in the Trinity River Basin and track trash removal activities.
Created in 2012, ReverseLitter is a regional anti-litter campaign centered around protecting North Texas waterways from trash and debris. Do your part by collecting 10 pieces of trash every Tuesday. #TenonTues
When you see litter thrown or flying out of a vehicle, intentionally or accidentally, take down their information and report it.