Craven County Clean Sweep Event Scheduled for Havelock

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A Craven County Clean Sweep event is scheduled for Havelock on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Clean Sweep volunteers will be available in the parking lot of Havelock City Hall from 9 to 10 a.m. to distribute bags, gloves, and suggestions for sites in need. There is no set period of time that volunteers are asked to work. If you have 45 minutes and can fill up a couple of bags, that’s great. If you have a few hours, that’s also great. Bags can be left by the side of the road, or in plain view on the other sites, and Clean Sweep will communicate with appropriate road crews and others to make sure the bags are removed afterwards.

Please call 633-1477 or e-mail if you have questions or suggestions for cleanup sites to add to our list.


For some people, a trip to the woods is an opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy the beauties of nature. For others, it’s an opportunity to illegally dump a truckload of insulation. Our roadsides, streamsides, parks and other natural areas need your help!