Environmental sustainability is a top priority in Oakland County. Earth Day should not just be celebrated on April 22 — it should be an everyday fight for the climate.
Many Oakland County cities, villages, and townships are hosting Earth Day events to help ensure a safe, healthy and clean environment. Use our list below to observe Earth Day and participate in an event near you, then continue to protect and preserve our environment each and every day. Last updated 4/14/23
April 22: Loving Earth – Loving All: Earth Day At Nativity
April 22: Earth Day Celebration
April 22: Earth Day Cleanup at Stony Creek Metropark
April 17-22: Annual City-wide Community Clean Up
April 22: Earth Day Clothes Sorting
April 22: Huron Corridor Earth Day Clean Up at Indian Village Park
April 20: Earth Day Movie Celebration
April 13: Green Cleaning at Rochester Hills Public Library
April 24: Earth Day Celebration
April 15-16: E-Recycling Event at the Detroit Zoo
April 15-16: GreenFest at the Detroit Zoo
April 22: Earth Day at the Detroit Zoo
April 22: Oakland County Earth Day March and Rally
April 23: 19th Annual South Lyon Creak Clean-Up and Earth Day Celebration
April 22: Invasive Plant Removal & Spring Clean-Up Day at Stage Nature Center
April 22: Celebrate Earth Day at Stage Nature Center
April 8: Annual Earth Day Document Shredding Event
April 22: Earth Day Celebration & Nature Hikes
April 20: Earth Day Celebration
April 22: Green Day at the Belle Isle Nature Center
April 22: Rouge Rescue Earth Day Cleanup at Fort St. Bridge Park
April 22: Rouge Rescue Earth Day Cleanup at Rouge Park
April 22: Dequindre Cut Spring Cleanup
Do you know of any other Earth Day events taking place in or near Oakland County? Let us know about them; contact us at email@example.com.
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One thought on “Oakland County Earth Day Events”
Can someone advise me as to when a “No-Haz” event will take place again in Rochester Hills at the Oakland University site?
What alternatives exist now, and how would I access (as a resident of Rochester Hills)?