Annual Roadside Cleanup Program

Applications for the 2024 Roadside Cleanup are now closed.

Every year, non-profit organisations undertake the task of removing undesirable litter from designated roadside ditches while concurrently engaging in fundraising activities for their respective charitable endeavours. These collective endeavours contribute significantly to the enhancement of our community's aesthetic appeal.

How to apply

  • Interested parties are required to download the online application form and familiarize themselves with the MD of Taber Annual Roadside Cleanup Policy. Ensure you review all the forms and information available on this page.
  • The application deadline will be April 26, 2024, and the cleanup typically begins in early May.
  • Applications must be accompanied by a formal letter endorsing the activity by the club, specifying the anticipated number of club participants, and acknowledging compliance with the MD of Taber stipulations.
  • Applicants will receive notification of the designated road(s) to be cleaned no later than one week prior to the commencement date.

What's involved

  • The project entails the comprehensive removal of litter from both sides of the road within the designated road rights-of-way of the Municipal District of Taber.
  • Ensure adequate human resources within your group to effectively execute the project, with a recommended minimum of two individuals per kilometre. 
  • Participants must be nine years of age or older.


  • Participating groups or clubs will receive compensation of $100 per linear kilometre cleaned, encompassing both sides of the road.

Operational protocol

  • The Annual Roadside Cleanup Program typically begins in early May and will be coordinated in collaboration with the MD of Taber Public Works and Agricultural Services.
  • The MD of Taber will supply safety vests, signage, and personnel for traffic control and garbage bag retrieval. 
  • Cleanup activities will be conducted during weekday business hours for MD personnel to facilitate traffic control measures (Friday afternoons).
  • MD of Taber will assign each applicant their designated section or road for cleanup. Filled garbage bags are to be placed along the outer edges of the shoulders for subsequent disposal by the MD of Taber.

Safety measures

  • A supervisory ratio of 1 adult per 2 children under the age of 14 is mandated, while participants aged 14-18 require less stringent supervision (5 per adult supervisor). 
  • Participants are obliged to wear provided safety vests and adhere strictly to MD of Taber safety protocols. 
  • The MD of Taber will supply all necessary materials, including safety guidelines, garbage bags, and safety vests, which must be worn at all times. However, gloves and bug spray will not be provided.

Road safety

  • The MD of Taber will install road signs before 1:30 PM, with staff stationed along the roads equipped with flashing lights.
  • A safety meeting will be conducted by the MD of Taber before the commencement of cleanup activities on the assigned road.

Call 403-223-8735
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

The following roads are eligible for the annual local road cleanup program:

  • Township Road 13-0 (Vauxhall Golf Course Road) from Highway 36 to Highway 864 (8 km)
  • Range Road 16-3 from Township Road 13-0 to the Town of Vauxhall (10.4 km)
  • Township Road 13-1A (Grantham Road) from Highway 36 to Township Road 15-4 (6.4 km)
  • Range Road 17-1 (MD pavement north of Highway 864) from Township Road 13-2 to Highway 526 (9.6 km)
  • Range Road 18-4 (Enchant Beet Dump Road) from Highway 526 to Township Road 15-0 plus Railway Avenue from Center Street to Range Road 18-5 (8 km)
  • Range Road 16-5 (Old Wadena Road) from the Town of Taber corporate limits to Township Road 9-2 (5.6 km)
  • Range Road 16-4 (Sugar Factory Road) from Highway 3 to Township Road 9-0 (9.6 km)
  • Township Road 10-0 (Huckleberry Road) from Highway 864 to Range Road 17-4 (6.4 km)
  • Township Road 10-0 (Red Trail) from Range Road 16-4 to Range Road 15-4 (9.6 km)
  • Range Road 16-5 (White Ash Road) From Town of Taber corporate limits to Township Road 11-0 (6.4 km)
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