Let's show our Pittsburgh pride and treat our streets, roadways, alleys, parks, trails and sidewalks like our home turf; DON’T TRASH MY TURF!

Learn how you can become an anti-litter advocate!

Get Involved Today!
For more information about how you can help make your community litter free visit the websites below. Call (412) 488-7490 ext. 246 or 105, with questions or concerns.

Allegheny Cleanways 

Citizens Against Litter

Clean Pittsburgh Commission

  • The CPC’s mission is: to work to improve the environmental quality of life of Pittsburgh residents through litter and illegal dumping prevention, clean-up and enforcement. The CPC is comprised of 15 representatives from various City departments, local non-profits, individuals and community groups. 
  • For more information:

Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful

Leave No Trace – Center for Outdoor Ethics

  • The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics teaches people of all ages how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly, and is the most widely accepted outdoor ethics program used on public lands.
  • For more information:

Paddle Without Pollution

PennDOT  Adopt-A-Highway

Pennsylvania Resources Council 

  •  The Pennsylvania Resources Council is one of the Commonwealth's oldest citizen action environmental organizations. Recognized as a state and national leader in waste reduction and recycling!
  • For more information:

Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership

Student Conservation Association Pittsburgh Office 

Venture Outdoors 

Report Your Concerns:
CIty of Pittsburgh 311 Response Center 

  • The City of Pittsburgh 311 Resource Center offer assistance for any help with any non-emergency City of Pittsburgh concerns or questions.
  • For more information:

Continue to Show Your Support & Learn More:
Remind fellow motorists not to litter - order a Don’t Be A Litterbug specialty license plate:

Enter Pennsylvania Resources Council’s Annual Lens On Litter Photo Contest:

Learn the Facts:

Learn the economic benefits of today’s scrap recycling:


The DON’T TRASH MY TURF! campaign is a project of the Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) and
and is made possible by a grant from the Colcom Foundation.

For more information call (412) 431-4534.
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