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Coastal Clean Up Day

Creek to Bay Cleanup Day Sponsored by:

 

Creek to Bay Cleanup Day

Coastal Cleanup the Napa Way!

30th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day

Saturday, September 20

9am - Noon

Take part in the largest waterway and beach cleanup event of the year!         

California Coastal Cleanup Day is a statewide effort to clean trash and debris from California’s coast, bays, creeks, rivers, and lakes. It's part of

International Coastal Cleanup Day, which includes 90 countries around the world.

 

Last year in Napa County, 337 volunteers collected 5,800 pounds of trash and 2,700 pounds of recyclables. Approximately 20 miles of waterways were cleaned. Click here for results from previous years.

 

 

2014 Cleanup Sites

More information about each site

***Large groups, please call in advance: 707-252-4188 x100***

  • Napa
    • Riverside Drive, at end of Elm St
    • South Wetlands, south end of Jefferson Street
    • Kennedy Park, near boat launch
    • Butler Bridge, end of Soscol Ferry Rd
    • Vintage High School, behind cafeteria
    • Napa Creek, parking lot of Firefighter's Museum at the corner of Main and Pearl Street
  • American Canyon
    • Cleanup and Environmental Fair! Visit www.cityofamericancanyon.org or call 707-647-4550 for detail
  • Calistoga
    • Washington St Bike Path from the Corporation Yard to Dunaweal Ln
    • Napa River adjacent to Pioneer Park
    • Old Pacific Railroad Right-of-Way (Lincoln to Little League Field)
  • Lake Berryessa
    • South end of the lake, near Markley Cove - sort trash brought by divers, canoe-ers, etc.
    • Pope Creek Bridge - dive, canoe, kayak for trash
  • Lunch will be provided at the Oak Shores Day Use Area after the cleanup

    707-301-5778

    • Dive, canoe & kayak crew @ Pope Creek Bridge
      Contact: Jason Jordan
      jgjordan@usbr.gov
      707-966-2111 x143


                                               Important:

- BYOB! Bring your own trash container -a bucket, bin, bag, etc. to cut  

   down on the resources used during our cleanup
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Garbage bags and gloves will still be provided at each site. 

- Water will be available, but please bring your own reusable bottles of water!

- Wear sunscreen and clothes that can get dirty.
- Waivers:

All volunteers must read and sign a liability waiver before participating in the event. Children under 18 are required to have the form signed by a parent or legal guardian. Each cleanup site will have waiver forms. Click here to download the waiver (available at each site as well). Read it, sign it, and bring it to the event.

 


Questions?
Call (707) 252-4188 x100 for more information.