SHREVEPORT, LA - Louisiana is hosting clean up events across the state on Saturday. Bossier City and Parish will be taking part in this big event.

Keep Bossier Beautiful is urging residents to get signed up ( to let them know you and your group will be participating. These volunteers will then be fanning out all across the city and parish to spruce things up by picking up litter and trash.

What You Need to Know:

They will hand out supplies and t-shirts at:

Bossier Sheriff’s Office Substation
2510 Viking Drive, Bossier City
April 26th from 11:00 to 3:30 (Friday)
If you have questions or cannot get to the substation during the listed times above, please contact Lynn Bryan at or 318-525-2249.

When Is the Clean Up?

Operation Clean Sweep is on Saturday from 8am until noon. This is a part of a statewide event called Love the Boot.
This is Louisiana’s largest litter cleanup and beautification event. Last year, more than 12,000 individuals volunteered a total of 61,493 hours, removing 313 tons of litter in all 64 parishes. In addition to litter removal, volunteers focused on community beautification, planting 370 trees and 3,542 plants, and refurbishing 146 gardens.
This is an effort to "bring awareness to our state’s litter problem and promote litter prevention."
There will also be a cleanup effort happening in downtown Shreveport. It will begin Saturday morning at 8am next to the Shreveport Aquarium. Shreveport Green is also hosting clean up efforts on Hudson Street Saturday morning.

Checkout the Latest Bossier Cleanup

Dozens showed up to help clean up all around Bossier City

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