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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 Awareness, Stormwater Emergency Preparedness, and BMP's for Pools and Spas.      

California Coastal Cleanup Day-

Belmont Creeks to Bay

Join over 60,000 Californians as we come together to clean up our State's waterways and beaches!  

Belmont volunteers:  Meet at One Twin Pines Lane (City Hall Parking Lot)
Event Time:   9-noon  (registration starts at 9:00am)  
Site Captain:  Diane Lynn  dlynn@belmont.gov   650-595-7425        
 

You can Download the waiver form and email to dlynn@belmont.gov or bring the waiver form with you the day of the event.      

         

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