Looking for a way to help the local environment on your next walk, park visit or trip to the beach? Grab a bucket at one of the Town’s new bucket clean-up stations and make your outdoor activities a win for you and the community.
As part of their 2021/2022 Strategic Plan, Town Council identified clean-up activities along waterfront and parks areas as one of their initiatives. In partnership with the Beach Bucket Foundation, the Town installed bucket clean-up stations at four local parks and waterfront areas. Each one of these stations consist of four buckets and a trash can. Visitors can just grab a bucket to pick up litter while they enjoy a walk at the park or on the beach.
All four stations are now installed at the following locations:
Abacoa Community Park, 1501 W Frederick Small Road
Jupiter Community Park, 3377 Church Street
Sawfish Bay Park, 1133 N. Alternate A1A
Jupiter Civic Center, 351 Old A1A
Local Businesses: Adopt-a-Bucket!
The Beach Bucket Foundation offers opportunities for local businesses and non-profit organizations to adopt one of the clean-up station buckets for $250 per bucket, per year. Learn more about this sponsorship opportunity by visiting the Beach Bucket Foundation's website.