Elm City Freddy Fixer Parade Clean-up Campaign

Neighborhood Beautification through Community Activism

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Prior to the clean-up event, we will be canvassing the residents along the parade route to assess the cleanup and beautification needs of the tenants and property owners, on Saturday, May 22, 2021, beginning at noon. We encourage residents to come out and provide us with a wish list of your beautification ideas for your respective yards.

Calling for Clean-up Volunteers

Clean-up Volunteers are vital to the success of our neighborhood clean-up and this event’s success will be measured by the level of community participation that is generated. Therefore, we are inviting residents, individuals, organizations, churches and businesses to participate by sending a team of representatives to join in our Neighborhood Clean-up Campaign, or by volunteering yourself.


Submit your volunteer form online

by Thursday, June 10, 2021

Calling for Donations for Clean-up

The participation of the Greater New Haven business community in this historical annual event would go a long way in galvanizing the pride the Dixwell/Newhallville community has always enjoyed over the years. We are, therefore, requesting financial support and donations in the form of supplies and refreshments needed by the community volunteers for the successful execution of this initiative.

Suggested Supplies for community cleanup:

·     Trash bags

·     Shovels

·     Rakes

·     Brooms

·     Gloves

·     Wheelbarrows

·     Bottles of Water

·     Gardening implements and plants, mulch, etc.

Submit your donations by Thursday, June 10, 2021

To coordinate donation drop offs or pick ups please contact:

Diane Brown

ECFFPC Board of Directors


Genevive Waker

CONNCAT Chief Executive Officer & President 


Community Clean-Up Survey

Fill out this quick survey. We want to know how you feel about the appearance of your community.