Communities in Tooele County are Participating in a National Day of Service

Join Us on the 20th Anniversary of September 11th Unite as a Community Through Service Opportunities to Serve Across the County These projects are done in conjunction with 911day.org and Sign-ups will be handled through JustServe.org

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Up on Little Mountain, there is a project happening to erect a 60′ tall flag pole.  This project is the culmination of work from many different organizations.  The Mountain of Faith Lutheran Church, Tooele Search and Rescue, Christensen and Griffith, and members from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints among many others have worked together to help make this dream come true.

We need 10 volunteers to help with various tasks on September 11th at 9: a.m.

 

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Service opportunities for all ages. Gutter clean-up, graffiti cover up, general garbage clean up & a service opportunity that can be done from home. 

Meet at Parkers’s Park Parking lot at 9 a.m.

Please bring shovels and rakes!

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Participate in the 911 National Day of Service by Donating blood.
All donors must schedule an appointment. Click here for more instructions

Help us clean up and beautify the city of Grantsville.  

Work together in Making our Cherry Street City Park and ball diamonds a place we can all enjoy.  Meet at the Large rectangle pavilion at 9 a.m. on Saturday Sept 11th. Bring your weed eaters, shovels, rakes, push brooms, flat shovels, garbage bags, gloves and anything else that might be useful for cleaning up the area.  We will be sweeping the curb and gutters, picking up garbage, weeding flower beds around the pavilion and sprucing up the ball fields. Garbage can be put in the trash cans around the park or bagged and taken to the dumpsters behind City Hall.
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Help us clean up and beautify the city of Grantsville.  

The Rodeo grounds in Grantsville need a lot of attention.  We are in need of volunteers with weed eaters to come and cut down the weeds. Then the weeds would need to be raked into large piles for the city to pick up. There is also a need for people to pick up any garbage, bag it and drop off the bags in the dumpsters behind the ambulance garage east of city hall.  If there are garbage cans on site, trash can also be deposited there.  Meet on the North side of the Rodeo grounds (clark street side) in RV parking area
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Take pride in your community by volunteering to help clean up Grantsville City Hall, the Grantsville Library and the Justice Center. Meet at the Library at 9 am on September 11th, 2021.

Bring your gloves, shovels, rakes, push brooms, flat shovels garbage bags and any other equipment you might need to spruce up our city buildings. Garbage pick up, weeding the flower beds and cleaning the curbs and gutter is the list of things that need to be done. Weeds and garbage can be disposed of in the dumpsters behind city hall.
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This 2 1/2 mile walking trail is in need of some TLC. Our famous burrs that stick in your shoes and pop your bike tires love to encroach on this trail. We need volunteers to bring weed eaters, brooms, shovels, rakes, gloves, flat shovels and garbage bags to beautify this trail. Some wheel barrows may also prove useful. Meet at the corner of Pear and Quirk street at 9 a.m. on Saturday September 11th. Weeds can bagged and dropped in the dumpsters at City Hall.
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Help clean up and beautify our community, by sprucing up the Granstville City Fire Station. Meet at the Fire station at 9 a.m. on Saturday September 11th. Bring your gloves, shovels, push brooms, rakes, flat shovels, garbage bags and anything else needed to spruce up our Fire Station. Garbage pick up, weeding, and curb and gutter clean up needs to be completed. Weeds and garbage can be bagged and deposited in the dumpsters behind City Hall.
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Come help clean up our ballparks and the Mayor’s grove in Stockton. Meet at the Alex Baker Memorial Park at 10 a.m. Bring your weed eaters, gloves, rakes, and shovels.  We will be diposing of weeds, weeds weeds.
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Landscape cleanup project. Removal of overgrown weeds on fence line. Removal of weeds throughout the property. Volunteers will need to bring gloves, shovels and Garden Tools. 
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Please join our community in helping clean up, pull weeds, and spread gravel around the parking and seating areas on this National Day of Service. Bring gloves, shovels and rakes
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Tooele City will be accepting donations of hygiene items for the Tooele Community Resource Center 
Tuesday, Sept. 7th- Friday, Sept. 10th 
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This family needs a fence project completed. Install the front section of the fence and a couple of gates need to be installed. Meet at the Fire station for breakfast.  Then we will travel a few miles to the home needing repairs.Please Park in the North Parking lot.

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The Stansbury Cemetery needs a little TLC. Those willing to help should meet Glenn Oscarson at the cemetery Gazebo at 9 a.m. on Saturday September 11th. Come with gloves, shovels, wheelbarrows and rakes. We will be spreading some gravel on the side of the cememery. If we can get 10-15 volunteers we can probably have it done in about an hour.
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Look for projects within 25 Miles of 84074 (selected with the dropdown) All Projects from this page will start with #911

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