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Protecting the environment is so important that the City of Melbourne is not limiting Earth Day to a one-day event. Instead, “Earth Month” will be celebrated throughout April with activities for kids and adults.

April 3 & 4: Trash Bash
The City’s annual Trash Bash event had to be postponed last year last year due to COVID-19. This year it will be held as a virtual event, where individuals, families, or small groups (fewer than 10 people) can hold cleanups on April 3-4. Volunteers will use the KBB app to register, check-in, and submit data. For the City of Melbourne to receive credit for clean-ups, participants must select the Trash Bash Initiative in the app. More information is available on the Keep Brevard Beautiful website.

April 5-9: Flat Todd’s Environmental Adventures
Join Flat Todd in celebrating Earth Month 2021. Design your own Flat Todd and take pictures of him doing 10 different earth-friendly activities. Submit your pictures by April 9 to For a template and ideas, go to our Flat Todd’s Environmental Adventures page.

April 12-16: Earth Day Bingo
Participants will be able to download and print out their own Earth Day Bingo card from the City’s website. They will then complete five environmental activities in a row, column or diagonally. Email photos of yourself doing the activities and the completed bingo card to

April 19-23: Earth Month Creative Writing Contest
Students will develop their own creative writing piece, such as an essay or poem. The winning pieces will be read at the Arbor Day celebration on April 30. For details go to the Earth Month Creative Writing Contest page.

April 22: Earth Day Celebration at Bean Park
The Melbourne Parks & Recreation Department will unveil their newly planted native garden during a celebration at the park, located at 1210 E. Melbourne Avenue, from 10-11 a.m.

April 30: Arbor Day Celebration at Carver Park
This event will be held from 3:30-4:30 p.m. at the park, which is located at 1092 Swan Street. This event will help the City celebrate its 32nd year as a designated Tree City USA.

For More Information
Call the City’s ECO Division at 321- 608-5080.