Public Hygiene Council

Keeping Singapore Clean



SG Clean Day

The Public Hygiene Council designated 25 April 2021 as the inaugural SG Clean Day in partnership with all 17 Town Councils. Scheduled to be held quarterly, all Town Councils and partners will cease sweeping at selected areas of participating housing estates, public parks, attractions, reservoirs, shopping malls for a day with the aim of showing what the amount of litter there will be when we go without cleaners. This also helps us appreciate our cleaners more.

The upcoming SG Clean Day will be held on Sunday, 30 October 2022, and new partners will be part of this initiative by ceasing cleaning at selected areas of their malls for a day. This is a new addition to the cessation of sweeping at dormitories, public parks, gardens, park connectors, reservoirs and housing estates across 17 towns. We encourage everyone to take personal responsibility in keeping our estates and parks clean by binning their trash or organising a clean-up in your neighbourhood.

To organise a clean-up at our beaches, simply register via this link.

For other parks, please register with NParks here.

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Picnic in the City

Sunday, 30 Oct 2022, 8:00am - 10:30am @ Somerset Youth Park
Guest of Honour: Mr Alvin Tan, Minister of State for Culture, Community & Youth and Trade & Industry

Organised by the Public Hygiene Council in conjunction with SG Clean Day, “Picnic in the City” will take place on Sunday, 30 October 2022, from 8:00am to 10:30am at Somerset Youth Park! Learn how you can adopt a sustainable lifestyle and keep Singapore clean!

Join us for a full-filled Sunday morning as we kick off the event with a scavenger litter-hunt while exploring the Orchard shopping belt. Following that, you'll be treated to an exciting line of programmes with UFM100.3 DJs.

Free goodie bags including a limited edition Supermons picnic mat for the first 250 successfully registered participants!

Registration has closed.