Public Volunteer Events
Park District Annual Events
Earth Day is a special day for East Bay Regional Park District. We are committed to preserve our parklands for present and future generations to enjoy. We need you to help us in maintaining our commitment. Volunteer with us and help conserve, protect and restore our environment.
Alameda Earth Day
Coastal Clean-up – Kick off your Earth Day fun – the pond and beach need your help! Picking up litter helps wildlife and makes our environment more beautiful. Students earn community service hours. Enjoy the Earth Day event afterwards. 4+ years. Registration is required.
> Register online
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Coyote Hills - Come celebrate Earth Day with us! Learn about the care of our precious planet through family fun. Create your own litter bug craft, view an environmental puppet show, play recycling games, and walk away knowing you can make a difference! Parent Participation Required. Parking fees apply where charged. Disabled accessible. This is a drop in program; no registration is required. For information, call (510) 544-3220.
Various Parks: Come celebrate Earth Day in your Regional Parks! Staff and volunteers will remove invasive plants and help create healthy habitat. An adult should accompany children under 16 years old. Registration is required.
> Point Pinole Regional Shoreline
> Diablo Foothills Regional Park
Plant a Tree for Earth Day
Del Valle Regional Park: Dig in this Earth Day and join us to plant young oak trees at Lake Del Valle. Though strong and hearty, oak trees in the park are having a tough time. You can help by planting the next generation and keep the population going.
Oyster Bay Restoration Volunteer Day: Saturday, April 29, 2017
Help remove invasive species.
9:00am - 12:00pm
1600 Neptune Drive
San Leandro, CA
> Register Online
Coastal Cleanup: Saturday, September 16, 2017
VARIOUS PARKS - Join us for the Coastal Cleanup. Each year Park District staff and volunteers will pick up litter and recyclables from shoreline parks, lakes, and along creeks in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. An adult should accompany children under 16 years old. In our efforts to "Go Green" and reduce the amount of waste, please bring a refillable water bottle, a bucket for trash, hat and gloves. All volunteers should wear closed toed shoes, appropriate layered clothing and bring sunscreen. The District will provide snacks, water, and trash bags.
Contact information: (510) 544-2515 or email@example.com