Event Registration

2020 Coastwalk Cleanup Crew
08/20/2020 08:00 AM - 09/27/2021 01:00 PM PT


  • Free


Thank you for signing up to Protect Your Happy Place and becoming a member of the Coastwalk Cleanup Crew honoring the spirit of the 36th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day.

Coastwalk appreciates your incredible generosity in donating your time to cleaning up our beautiful coastline and being a part of the solution to the impacts of marine debris to our coastal wildlife.

Please feel free to call the Coastwalk office with questions at: 707-829-6689 or email info@coastwalk.org.

After you have registered for your beach cleanup location and before you begin your Cleanup:

Please visit our website www.coastwalk.org - 2020 Coastwalk Cleanup Crew Resources for more information.

REMEMBER the following important safety and helpful tips when at the beach:

 Stay on Dry Sand at all times
 Never turn your back on the Ocean
 Keep a safe distance from all wildlife!
 Do not pick up medical waste
 Wear closed toe shoes
Dress in Layers
In addition to the CDC guidelines, the Coastal Commission recommends the following practices for cleaning up litter and other debris:


If you are sick in any way, DO NOT go out for a cleanup.
 Assemble your own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): face mask, gloves, and make sure to wear close-toed shoes to protect against sharp objects.
 Download the Clean Swell app (available for free on all platforms) to keep track of what you pick up and how many people participated with you. 

Maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet from everyone you encounter, even if you are wearing a mask.
ALWAYS wear gloves – disposable if available - and dispose or wash them immediately after your cleanup.
Avoid touching any surfaces like railings, benches, etc.
Avoid touching your face.
Do not pick up sharp objects, especially syringes!
Unfortunately, you may find used gloves, masks, and other personal protective equipment (PPE) among litter. DO NOT PICK UP ANY PPE without a grabber. Put all PPE litter in a separate disposable bag.
After Cleanup:

Dispose or wash gloves immediately after your cleanup.
To properly remove disposable gloves, grab the glove opening near your wrist and pull towards your fingers, then turn the glove inside out before disposing. ·
Wash your hands thoroughly as soon as possible, and use hand sanitizer in the meantime if soap and water are unavailable.

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Attendance Information

You will be asked for additional information for each attendee on the next screen.

Waiver Statement:

By participating you understand and agree that neither the State of California, California Coastal Commission, State or Regional Parks, or Coastwalk/California Coastal Trail Association may be held liable or responsible in any way for any injury, death, or other damages to you or your family, heirs, or assigns that may occur as a result of your participation, or as a result of product liability or the negligence, whether passive or active, of any party in connection with the cleanup

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