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CREEK AWARENESS | CIGARETTE BUTT LITTER PREVENTION | EVENTS | GARBAGE AND RECYCLING| STORM PREPAREDNESS | WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION

CCD Channel 27

CALIFORNIA COASTAL CLEAN UP DAY

BELMONT CREEKS TO BAY
 

Join your fellow friends, family, students, service groups, and neighbors to clean up our environment.  Show community support, learn about the impacts of litter, and have fun!

How you can prepare for the event:

Complete the Waiver Form in advance - Participants are required to sign a waiver form.  We will have waiver forms during the sign in process, but you can print, sign and bring the following waiver form with you day of event.  All volunteers under the age of 18 must have the waiver form signed by a parent or legal guardian.
Waiver forms available in English and Spanish.

What to Bring/Wear - Wear comfortable shoes and/or boots for waterways, bring sunscreen or a hat, and your own reusable water bottles.  Water will be available at the sign-in station. We encourage everyone to bring your own buckets, gloves to help reduce our overall footprint at the event.

What to Expect Day Of-Cleanup event sign in starts at 9:00am.  Please bring your signed waivers (if you filled them out in advance).  There will be a brief safety talk, a station for gathering your cleanup supplies and data cards, then select a cleanup location from the map list and off you go!

Cleanup Site Coordinator- 
If you would like additional information regarding this event, please contact Diane Lynn @ 650-595-7425 or by email: dlynn@belmont.gov

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The Environmental section of Public Works focus is on safeguarding the environment for the health, protection and benefit of the community, to comply with all applicable solid waste, sewer, storm drain, and water quality laws and regulations through increasing awareness and participation in environmental protection efforts, inspections of properties and enforcement for pollution control regulatory compliance, managing the collection, recycling and disposal of solid waste, maintaining roads and storm drain systems to minimize pollutants, maintenance and construction of sewer and storm drain infrastructure, and participating in regional sewer and storm water discussions.  Participate in conjunction with San Mateo County public information and outreach on Water Pollution Prevention, adoption of Reusable Bag and Polystyrene ordinance, and other environmental awareness such as Creek AwarenessStormwater Emergency Preparedness, and BMP's for Pools and Spas.    

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