Contact

Bay Model Visitor Center

2100 Bridgeway

Sausalito, CA 94965

Phone: 415-332-3871

Fax: 415-289-3004

California Coastal Cleanup

                             Save the Date

                           30th Anniversary                   

                Saturday, September 20, 2014                      

                   3rd Saturday in September

 

                         

On the third Saturday of every September volunteers all over the world converge on beaches, shorelines and inland waterways to pick up trash and remove dangerous debris. Considered the largest global marine-related volunteer event, Coastal Cleanup Day is a wonderful opportunity to lend a hand and make a difference.

All Marin County California Coastal Cleanup Day volunteers may join us at the Bay Model Visitor Center for a free post-event “Thank You” BBQ sponsored by The Sausalito Lions Club and Bay Model Alliance.

                                                                

Over 35 Open Sites in Marin for 2014!It's real easy to participate.

To register for Coastal Cleanup Day 2014 print out our Waiver form in English or Spanish and show up at the site of your choice on September 20, 2014.

Sites in BLUE need volunteers. Please click on the link for information.Sites in RED are full. Please choose another location.Sites in BLACK are still being confirmed.

     
       
  • Agate Beach
  • Arroyo Avichi Creek
  • Bayfront Park
  • Belvedere Beach
  • Black Sands Beach
  • Blackie's Pasture
  • Bothin Marsh/ Mill Valley Bike Path
  • Brickyard Park
  • Brighton Beach
  • China Camp State Park
  • Corte Madera Creek - Larkspur Ferry Terminal
  • Dillon Beach
  • Drakes Beach
  • Drakes Estero
  • Duxbury Reef
  • Gallinas Creek - Embassy Suites
  • Hal Brown Park at Creekside
  • Heart's Desire Beach at Tomales State Park & McClure's Beach at Pt. Reyes National Seashore
  • Horseshoe Cove
  • John & Jean Starkweather Shoreline Path
  • Kehoe Beach
  • Kent Island
  • Kirby Cove
  • Limantour Beach
  • Loch Lomond
  • Mahon Creek
  • Marin City Marsh
  • McInnis Park - Gallinas Creek
  • McNear's Beach
  • Muir Beach
  • Muzzi Marsh
  • Novato - Bell Marin Keys
  • Novato Creek - Pacheco Pond
  • Novato Creek (Upper) - Warner Creek - Vineyard Creek
  • Paradise Beach Park
  • Pickleweed Park & Community Center
  • Pirate's Cove
  • Point Diablo
  • Richardson Bay/Audubon Center
  • Rodeo Beach
  • Rodeo Beach South to Pt. Bonita
  • Rodeo Lagoon
  • San Clemente Creek
  • San Rafael Canal
  • Sausalito - Bay Model Waterfront
  • Sausalito Ferry Terminal to Valhalla & Swedes Beach
  • Sausalito North - Floating Homes/Houseboats
  • Seaway Beach in San Rafael
  • Slide Ranch
  • Schoonmaker Point
  • Steep Ravine
  • Stinson Beach
  • Strawberry Cove - Belloc Lagoon
  • Strawberry Point - Richardson Bay by Kayak
  • Tennessee Valley
  • Upton Beach

                                                   

                                                                    

                                                Marin County 2013 Results:                                                               

                                                Number of Volunteers: 988                                                               

                                           Pounds of Trash Collected: 4,635                                                               

                                        Pounds of Recyclable Materials: 998                                                               

                                               Distance Covered: 49 miles

 

                                               Marin County 2012 Results:                                                               

                                              Number of Volunteers: 1,915                                                               

                                         Pounds of Trash Collected: 19,361                                                               

                                      Pounds of Recyclable Materials: 2,767                                                               

                                               Distance Covered: 99 miles

 

Follow the link below to view the official California Coastal Cleanup Day for more detailed information:

                                    http://www.coastal.ca.gov/publiced/ccd/ccd.html