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Coastal Cleanup Day 2021

The 37th Anniversary of California Coastal/Inland Waterways Cleanup Day is Saturday, September 18, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and all month long!

Last year’s cleanup looked a little different, where volunteers cleaned up with own neighborhood and local natural areas in Camarillo. This year’s event will once again take place at two locations in Camarillo – the barranca off Mission Oaks Park, and Calleguas Creek at Paseo Del Campo and Creekside.  During last year's Cleanup, a total of 1,052 volunteers were in attendance and removed over 6,000 pounds of trash and recyclables from 146 miles of Ventura County.  Come join us this year to keep Camarillo and Ventura County's waterways free of debris!

For more information please visit the Ventura County Coastal Cleanup Day website at;
https://www.vccoastcleanup.org

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Ventura County Waiver - English
Ventura County Waifer - Spanish


In addition to following the Centers for Disease Control guidelines, which can be found at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html, the City recommends the following practices: 

  • If you are sick, do not go out for a cleanup.
  • Use face masks, gloves and closed toed shoes.
  • Maintain at least 6 ft. from everyone you encounter.
  • Do not pick up sharp objects, especially syringes.
  • If you find used face masks or gloves, use a trash grabber.
  • Dispose of or wash gloves immediately after cleanup.
  • Wash hands thoroughly as soon as possible and use hand sanitize in the meantime.
  • Dispose of trash in your proper trash or recycle cans.


Use the Ocean Conservancy’s Clean Swell App to input data on the trash picked up! To learn more about the Clean Swell App and for instructions on how to download, please visit the Ocean Conservancy’s website at https://oceanconservancy.org/trash-free-seas/international-coastal-cleanup/cleanswell/

Share your cleanup by posting your pictures using the Coastal Commission “Protect Your Happy Place” filter on Instagram and Facebook and see how your community is participating.