19th Annual Oakland Creek to Bay Day, September 20, all day
Oakland Creek to Bay Day is part of California and International Coastal Cleanup Day, the largest volunteer day in California and the world- when thousands of volunteers beautify and clean trash from shorelines and waterways across California, the nation and in about 100 countries. Oakland Creek to Bay Day projects help clean and beautify Oakland's creeks, shorelines and Lake Merritt. Local cleanups also help keep trash out of San Francisco Bay, the oceans and our beaches. And trash data from Creek to Bay Day helps strengthen pollution law and policy. Oakland Creek to Bay Day projects include trash removal, invasive plant removal and planting native plants. Groups of all ages are welcome to participate and are encouraged to gather friends, family and co-workers to have fun and help improve the health of our community and environment.
Lead a Creek to Bay Day project! As a Site Coordinator, you will have access to:
- Logistical Support
- Debris Pickup
- Tool Loans (link to online form). A paper version of this form is available by request to [email protected], or call (510) 238-7611.
We will still add new sites online, though registration for the printed site list closed Aug 18. Please click here to register. A paper version of this form is available by request to [email protected], or call (510) 238-7611. Please note that new sites are still being added. Please check back for updates. Click this link to see a table with information about each site. Click here to receive general Creek to Bay Day notifications. Once sites are determined, we will send additional information. Info here