Join the team
We all play a role in keeping San Francisco clean and beautiful. I pledge to keep
San Francisco a world-class city. By signing the Giant Sweep pledge, I agree to:
Put trash in the right-colored bin.
Call 311 if I see unwanted junk on the street.
Call 911 if I see someone tagging.
Keep my sidewalk clean. Sweep it up!
Not leave behind trash on the trains and buses.
Live by the motto, "Pack it in, pack it out," and leave the parks cleaner than I find them.
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Keep SF clean
San Francisco is naturally one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Unfortunately, some people think it’s OK to trash it. The Giant Sweep anti-litter campaign aims to stop that behavior and build a team to keep San Francisco clean and beautiful.
In February 2013, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and the World Champion San Francisco Giants launched Giant Sweep, a citywide campaign that brings together local schools, residents, businesses and community groups to create a culture of clean.
The Giants showed us last year that winning the World Series took a team effort that went far beyond individual heroics. The same approach is needed to attack San Francisco’s litter problem and cement San Francisco’s place as a world-class city where people want to live, work, and play.
Poster by Sophie Schneider