Coastal Cleanup Day

Join us in Sonoma County 9-Noon this September 19th, 2015!

Before You Register
Coastwalk sponsors the Sonoma County cleanup on over 15 beaches and 8 inland sites.  Look through the lists below and pick from the beach sites or from our partner organization cleanups! Scroll down to register Today! Come to the cleanup prepared for coastal weather (hat, shoes, sunscreen, water bottle) and bring buckets and gloves if you have them. Please bring your reusable water bottle to minimize waste!
What is Coastal Cleanup Day?

California Coastal Cleanup Day, an annual beach and inland waterway cleanup, is the state’s largest volunteer event. In 2010, over 82,500 volunteers removed more than 1.2 million pounds of trash and recyclables from our beaches, lakes, and waterways. When combined with the International Coastal Cleanup, organized by Ocean Conservancy and taking place on the same day, California Coastal Cleanup Day becomes part of one of the largest volunteer events in the world.

Why are Beach Cleanups Important?
California’s coast and waterways have historically been collecting spots for annual accumulations of trash and debris. This debris, if not removed, can be harmful and even fatal to all manners of marine wildlife, can damage our state’s economy, and can even become a human health hazard. Coastal Cleanup Day is a great way for families, students, service groups, and neighbors to join together, take care of our fragile marine environment, show community support for our shared natural resources, learn about the impacts of marine debris and how we can prevent them, and to have fun!

It's Almost Time!

Coastal Cleanup Day will be Saturday September 19th, nine to noon. Registration is open! See below for a list of cleanup sites.

AND – after you clean up come to our volunteer BBQ at Bodega Dunes for a big thank you lunch!  It starts at NOON and we will have hot dogs, veggie dogs and more!  Join our contest for the most unusual trash, games, and fun!

Days 'till CCD!








The Coast Needs Your Help!

Join us for fun!

Join us to do a good deed!

Beach Cleanup Sites

Saturday, Sept. 19th,  9 to Noon

Blind Beach


Goat Rock Beach


Portuguese Beach


Steelhead Beach

CLOSED – (kid friendly!)

Bodega Dunes


North Jenner Beach

Register (short, but steep hike to beach)

Russian Gulch


Sunset Beach


Bodega Head


Shell Beach


Wright's Beach


Doran Beach

Register  (kid friendly!)

Pinnacle Gulch

Register (1.2 mile hike to the beach)

S. Salmon Creek Beach

Register (kid friendly!)

Laguna de Santa Rosa


Partner Cleanup Sites

Petaluma River Fall Cleanup

OPEN  Schedule : 9:00 a.m. – Noon    Join the Friends of the Petaluma River and Sonoma Resource Conservation District its Annual Petaluma River Fall Trash Cleanup starting in Downtown Historic Petaluma!

Sonoma Ecology Center Cleanup

OPEN Schedule : 9:00 a.m. – Noon   Join us at several locations throughout Sonoma Valley in a clean-up of the headwaters of our coastal streams. Visit our website to RSVP and if you have any questions please contact: Jemma Williams (707) 996-0712 ext. 126 or

Santa Rosa Creek Cleanup

OPEN Schedule : 9:00 a.m. – Noon  Join the 31st Annual Sonoma County Creek Cleanup. Santa Rosa’s 100 miles of creeks flow to the Russian River and then out to the Pacific Ocean. Up to 80 % of ocean debris originates from land-based sources. Gloves, tools, and snacks provided.

Location 1: Olive Park footbridge. Near 105 Olive Street. On-street parking.

Location 2: Roseland Creek cleanup, meet at Pear Blossom Park, 2850 Pear Blossom Drive.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

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