How Would You Like to Help?

Thank you for your interest in volunteering on the Atlanta BeltLine. If you are interested in organizing a volunteer group on the BeltLine we are here to assist you. You can lead your own group by following the directions below or joining one of our public volunteer days. Check our event calendar for upcoming dates and email alice@atlblp.org with any questions.

Looking for more opportunities? Check out our partners’ pages for other ways you can volunteer on the Beltline and in BeltLine communities. 

Help Keep the Atlanta BeltLine Clean!

You can lend your hands and heart to keep Atlanta BeltLine trails and parks clean and beautiful. You, your family, and your close friends can volunteer to pick up litter on a day and at a location that is convenient for you. 

  • Choose one of our designated locations to clean up on your own or with your social pod using this BeltLine map of places that could use some TLC.
  • Go to the CDC’s website before heading out to check the latest updates on how to keep you and your group safe while volunteering.
  • Choose the most convenient time to head out and make a difference at the BeltLine location of your choice.
  • When you’re finished, place your collected trash bags next to – not inside of – a trash can along the trail. Please note the locations of any completely full trash cans you find so you can tell us about them when you complete your report form (see below).

Be sure to tell us about your accomplishments by filling out our volunteer report form and posting a selfie of you and all the trash you’ve collected. Use the hashtag #beltlineclean when you post your selfie so everyone can share in your tremendous accomplishment. Hopefully, it will encourage more people to head out for a clean-up of their own!

Thank you so much in advance for helping to keep our city – AND the Atlanta BeltLine – beautiful.

Are you looking to give the gift of your time to support the project you care so much about? The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership + Hands On Atlanta have teamed up to help bring the Atlanta BeltLine vision of a culture of connectivity to life. Hands on Atlanta is the official source for a wide variety of ways to get involved.