Volunteer for the county’s largest single-day environmental cleanup.

Protecting our coast starts at your front door.

Join an army of socially-distanced volunteer environmental champions to clean up litter and debris in your corner of San Diego County. Thousands of small efforts will help prevent tons of litter from entering our creeks, bays and the ocean. The 37th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day encourages you to protect your happy place as part of a global environmental effort. This year the I Love A Clean San Diego event will be hosted in a remote format. This means you choose your cleanup location – whether that’s close to home or using our Litter Hotspot Map (coming soon) – and clean up anytime on Saturday, Sept. 18, from 9 a.m. to noon.

Registration opens Sept. 1, 2021.

I Love A Clean San Diego has served as the official organizer of Coastal Cleanup Day in San Diego County since it was founded in 1985. The event is a major part of International Coastal Cleanup, which is facilitated by The Ocean Conservancy and includes many U.S. states and territories, and over 70 countries. In California, data is reported to the California Coastal Commission as part of the international cleanup efforts. You are joining hundreds of thousands of volunteers all over the world to remove pollution from our ecosystems.

To sign up or for more information, visit https://cleanupday.org/?mc_cid=54af29fbb1&mc_eid=9e7af44ff6#event_details.

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