The City of Stillwater began coordinating the Annual Trash-Off event in 2006 to enable citizens to volunteer and clean up trash from areas all around town. During these events, citizens take to the streets and streams to show that “Litter is Not OK.”
Participants are able to receive verified community service hours and an award is presented to the group that collects the most trash.
Work gloves, safety vests and trash bags are provided.
The 2022 “Trash-Off Trophy” was awarded to Stillwater High School Beta Club for picking up the most bags of trash, fifteen (15). The group removed litter that was on the Kameoka Trail, from Stillwater High School to Boomer Lake.
Their award is on display at City Hall, 723 S. Lewis St.
2021 Trash-Off Winners
The 2021 Trash-Off trophy was awarded to the Oklahoma State University Psychology Graduate Students group (pictured above) for picking up the most bags of trash, 11. The group cleaned litter up at the road underpass on Hall of Fame.
The trophy is on display at City Hall, 723 S. Lewis St.