Trash is polluting our creeks, rivers, bays and ocean. Join your friends and neighbors in helping to keep our waterways healthy.
Over 35 cleanup sites countywide:
Coastal and Inner Coastal Cleanup Day (September 15, 2018) is a chance for us to visit our local waterways and pick up trash that is polluting our creeks, rivers, bays and ocean. Many agencies join together to host sites throughout the county: both at our beaches and at our inland waterways. With over 35 cleanup sites, there is sure to be one near you.
For a complete list of 2018 cleanup sites, please visit
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.
The County of Orange 2018 hosted site:
The County partners with Surfrider to host a site at the Santa Ana River in Huntington Beach.
When: Saturday, September 15, 2018 | 9 am - Noon | Check-in starts at 8:30 am
Where:Volunteers check-in at the pedestrian bridge on the Santa Ana River Trail adjacent to LeBard Park, located at 20461 Craimer Ln in Huntington Beach, CA. Click here for directions.
Volunteers should bring the following:
Closed-toe shoes (Volunteers wearing open-toe shoes will not be allowed in the channel.)
Reusable bottle for water or coffee (water provided at event)
All ages are welcome! Children 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult. A parent or guardian must sign the waiver for minors 13 to 18 years. See flyer for more information.
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