Coastal Clean-up Day

At Coyote Point Recreation Area & Tunitas Creek Beach
Saturday, September 21, 2019

Help keep our shorelines beautiful and safe at this year's California Coastal Clean-up. On Saturday, September 21, volunteers will come out to pick up trash at beaches, creeks and streams throughout California. Join San Mateo County at either of two great locations, one on the bay and one on the coast.

Coyote Point Recreation Area


Join us for a beach and park cleanup at Coyote Point Park. You do not need to pre-register. You may arrive and leave at any time during the 9:00 AM-11:00 AM project. Follow directions after you enter the park. We suggest wearing comfortable shoes, hat, sun screen and layered clothing.

Because the event is being co-sponsored, we are asking participants to complete and bring this volunteer agreement form. Note that the volunteer agreement is double-sided—please fill out both sides.

Please help reduce the environmental footprint of this event:

  • Bring your own bucket or reusable plastic bag.
  • Bring a lightweight pair of gardening gloves, instead of using disposable plastic gloves provided at Cleanup.
  • Bring a filled, reusable water bottle.
  • Use public transportation, bike, or carpool to event.

Tunitas Creek Beach


Where to Meet: Meet at Tunitas Creek Road entrance.
Parking: Currently parking is free along Tunitas Creek Rd. though Parking Restrictions are in the works we will have permitted allowances for Volunteers during our 4th Sunday clean-up hours.
Cleanup Areas: Volunteers will clean up the side of the parking lot above the trail as well as the beach, trail and creek.
Supplies: Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own buckets and reusable gloves. Extra gloves, buckets and specific tools to bring the trash back up will be provided while supplies last. Because we are never sure of the weather, make sure to bring extra layers, a hat, sunblock, water (reusable bottles) and snacks.

Register for the event on the MC Locals eventbrite page.

For more information, visit Pacifica Beach Coalition.

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