Clean City Commission

The Clean City Commission consists of seven members and two alternates appointed by the Mayor and approved by the City Council.

The purpose of the Clean City Commission shall be to keep the City beautiful in the following ways:

  • Organize and direct volunteer efforts to keep the City beautiful.
  • Keep the Mayor and appropriate City departments informed of the maintenance and beautification needs of public property.
  • Work with all City departments including the Department of Public Works, the Department of Parks and Recreation, the School Department, the Conservation Commission, and the Waterways Board.

Email inquiries may be directed to Clean Commission

Find us on Facebook at Clean Gloucester

Members

First NameLast NameAddressTitleTo Expire
ZoeMurray11 Spring StreetChairFebruary 14, 2023
JamieMathison47 R Parker Street
February 14, 2021
SarahSteward15 Wall Street
February 14, 2021
CarterWhitlockWebster Street
February 14, 2021
EmilyRichey-Stavrand

February 14, 2022
DemitraLavrakas1047A Washington Street, No. 2
February 14, 2023


Meeting Agendas and Minutes

DateAgendaMinutes
December 12, 2018December 12 Agenda (PDF)December 12 Minutes
November 14. 2018November 14 Agenda (PDF)November 14 Minutes
October 16, 2018October 16 Agenda (PDF)October 16 Minutes
September 11, 2018September 11 Agenda (PDF)September 11 Minutes
July 17, 2018July 17 Agenda (PDF)July 17 Minutes
June 13, 2018June 13 Agenda (PDF)June 13 Minutes
May 16, 2018May 16 Agenda (PDF)May 16 Minutes (PDF)
April 25, 2018April 25 Agenda (PDF)April 25 Minutes
March 28, 2018March 28 Agenda (PDF)March 28 Minutes
February 28, 2018February 28 Agenda (PDF)February 28 Minutes (PDF)
January 31, 2018January 31 Agenda (PDF)January 31 Minutes (PDF)
January 11, 2018January 11 Agenda (PDF)January 11 Minutes
December 7, 2017December 7 Agenda (PDF)December 7 Minutes (PDF)


Events and Initiatives

2017 Annual Report

Cigarette Litter Prevention Program

Good Morning Gloucester Podcast
Sidewalk Butlers are Installed on Main Street
Coverage on Grant Award by the Gloucester Daily Times

Plastic Bag and Polystyrene Legislation 

Frequently Asked Questions for Shoppers
West Parish Students seek alternative to Styrofoam lunch trays
Text of plastic bag ordinance, in effect 1/1/2019
Coverage of polystyrene ordinance
Coverage of plastic bag ordinance

Clean Harbor Initiative, with the Cape Ann Maritime Partnership 

An ’Awesome Gloucester’ Winning Idea!
Commotion for the Ocean Fundraiser on 7/1/17

Storm Drain SmART - now accepting applications from local artists! 

City Hopes Local Art Will Bring a Cleaner Ocean
Partnering with Seaside Sustainability

Community-Wide Clean Ups

Coverage of the 2018 Great Gloucester Clean Up
Press for The Great Gloucester Clean Up
Additional Press for The Great Gloucester Clean Up