Keep Waterways Clean by Removing Trash from Creeks, Rivers and Beaches
Trash is polluting our creeks, rivers, bays and ocean. Join your friends and neighbors in helping to keep our waterways healthy.
There are many cleanup events countywide that you can volunteer at to make a large impact on the health of our waterways. The cities of Orange County and the County itself work year round at events that prevent trash from reaching our ocean. Please see below for how you can get involved.
Adopt a Channel – Click hereto learn more about how you and your friends or your company can adopt a storm drain channel to enhance the environment by removing trash and debris, improving the physical appearance of these channels, and increasing awareness and commitment to keep our channels, creeks, bays and ocean clean. Adopters are recognized by the display of their name or logo on a program sign at the Adoption Site.
Coastal and Inner Coastal Cleanup Day (September 15, 2018) – Click here to learn more about cleanup sites near your neighborhood. Inner coastal cleanup sites (sites that are inland) are an especially great place to volunteer because they allow us to pick up trash in our neighborhood creeks and rivers before the trash reaches the ocean. With over 35 sites, there is sure to be one near you.
Earth Day Cleanup Events (April 2019) – As Earth Day draws near, you will find many events in and around your city. Follow H2OC at Facebook.com/ocstormwater to learn about local events. In addition, the County of Orange hosts a cleanup event for Earth Day; click here to learn more about how you can volunteer at that cleanup event in the Santa Ana River.
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