LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A little rain won't stop one annual cleaning event from going on. Lafayette is going for a Clean Sweep, no matter what the weather conditions are this weekend.
The annual Clean Sweep event is set to start Saturday morning.
Volunteers are asked to come to Columbian Park to pick up their supplies and then clean throughout the city.
Lafayette City Clerk Cindy Murray says it's not only a good opportunity to volunteer, but it brings more people into the city.
"You can be an individual, you can be a scout troop, you can be a family, neighborhood association, civic groups," Murray said. "It does a lot for our community. People drive through our community and see how beautiful and clean we are, that always makes them want to come back."
Murray says the sanitation department will be taking old tires this weekend as well.
To volunteer sign up at the Columbian Park Green Shelter by Tropicanoe Cove Saturday morning at 8:30.
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