Past Event: Coastal Cleanup Day
Online registration now open, sign up today
for the World’s biggest beach cleanup!
Each year in September, our Earth Heroes of all ages take action during California Coastal Cleanup Day. Since 2005, over 36,000 pounds of debris have been removed from the San Mateo County coastline by more than 9,500 volunteers.
The Pacifica Beach Coalition has been hosting this annual statewide cleanup since 1998 – held on the same day as The Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup Day, one of the largest volunteer events around the world. We coordinate these cleanups at the local level along the San Mateo County coast as part of our field education programs in partnership with the California Coastal Commission and San Mateo Countywide Pollution Prevention Program.
Save the Date … Mark your calendars now and sign up for this year’s Coastal Cleanup Day!
September 17, 2016
Followed by a no-host celebration at 11am to 12:30pm at Linda Mar Beach
Let’s all make trash extinct! Join us to pick up and clear away debris collecting along our beaches, parks, shoreline, creeks, parking lots and neighborhood streets from Mussel Rock to Sweeney Ridge to Pedro Point to Half Moon Bay.
Map with meeting locations & details
Who can participate? Adults, kids, families, seniors, students, groups, teams, businesses, volunteers, anyone!
Where will cleanups take place? At organized cleanup sites throughout Pacifica, and from Mussel Rock to Half Moon Bay. Sites include our Adopt-A-Beach sites as well as “hot spots” in Pacifica and along the coastline. You can also register to Adopt-A-Hot-Spot, and or choose your own site.
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Join our online community on Facebook, sign up to receive eNews, follow us Twitter, or check in on the latest news and updates found online on our website to learn more details including registration information and cleanup site locations for this year’s Coastal Clean Up Day. You can read about prior Coastal Cleanup Days in our archives, and learn more about the Top 10 Items Collected During Coastal Cleanup Day in Pacifica since 2005.