Coastal Cleanup Day (CCD) is an international event with over 60 countries around the world participating, making it one of the largest volunteer efforts on the planet.
Last year, over 67,000 volunteers from California removed 676,768 pounds of trash and 115,773 pounds of recyclable waste.
On Sat. Sept. 15 from 9 a.m. - noon, thousands of Californians will again head down to their local beaches and inland waterways for the 28th Coastal Cleanup Day, on a mission to clear the sand and water of harmful and unsightly pollution.
Culver City Public Works, with the help of local community support, will be participating in the Coastal Cleanup Day on the Ballona Creek bike path.
Hosted Registration sites will be located at:
- Syd Kronenthal Park (at the bike path entrance)
- Duquesne Avenue (north of Culver City Transportation Building)
- Overland Avenue (Behind Julian Dixon Library)
- Sepulveda Boulevard (on Bike/Creek path entrance)
Echo Horizon School, the Culver City Bike Coalition, Ballona Creek Renaissance and Kiwanis Los Angeles will host the registration sites on the Ballona Creek bike path.