The One Piece litter campaign will be kicking off on Saturday in Reservoir Hill as part of that neighborhood's Garden and Home Tour.
The event, which is being presented by Councilman Nick Mosby's office and Blue Water Baltimore, will start at 10 a.m. at the Reservoir Park at Reservoir at Park and Newington avenues.
"What we are asking is simple," Mosby said in email to constituents. "If every citizen in Baltimore picked up just one piece of trash a day, and disposed of it properly, the costs to our environment, and our tax dollars, could be dramatically reduced. The benefit to our neighborhoods would be tremendous."
Mosby, who represents parts of Hampden, Medfield and Hoes Heights, announced the program during a celebration at City Hall commemorating his first 100 days in office.
The form to dowload a one piece pledge form may be found here.