Event registration link: https://ebrpd.samaritan.com/custom/501/opp_details/5107
This year, you choose how to participate in the 38th Annual California Coastal Cleanup—with us in person or from home! Whether you choose to do a self-guided neighborhood cleanup, or if you want to join staff on September 17, 2022, you can make a difference for our shorelines.
Register for our In-person Cleanup Event on Saturday, September 17th!Join us in the parks for a cleanup! Registration is requested, but walkups will be allowed. If you are bringing a group of 10 or more people, please call us at (510) 544-2229 to secure your spot:
- Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline
- Point Pinole
- Robert W Crown Regional Shoreline
- Pt Isabel Regional Shoreline
- Radke Martinez Regional Shoreline
- Del Valle Regional Park
- Wildcat Canyon
- Hayward Regional Shoreline
Clean the shore From Home!
Trash in the streets turns to trash on the beach once the rains begin. Not to mention, cleaning neighborhoods provides a valuable service to the coast and our communities alike! If you would like to stay closer to home, please see the guidelines below:
- Register for the Self-guided Neighborhood Cleanup event.
- Look through our volunteer resources and watch our safety video.
- Assemble your own cleanup gear! Trash bags or buckets, Gloves, Face mask, A trash grabber or tongs, Sun protection, Close-toed shoes
- Go out and pick up trash! Remember, you are our most important resource: safety first!
- Throw any debris collected into your home trash bin.
- Dispose of your gloves and thoroughly wash your hands
- Take the simple survey and report your service
- Post your pics on Social Media with the hashtags: #ebrpdcoastalcleanup
- Have fun, and know that you made a difference!
Download the CleanSwell App*
If you want to record your findings and contribute to community science. Download here
*If you don’t want to download an app but still want to participate in contributing to science, download, print, and mail in the following data cards when you are done:
Thank you for extending your care and compassion to our communities and helping our shorelines! Stay healthy and safe.