2017 International Coastal Cleanup
One of the greatest threats to the health of our waterways lies in the garbage. A large part of our mission at Keep Pinellas Beautiful involves tackling the very dangerous and unending problem: Litter and trash. We strive to achieve this goal through community cleanup efforts and education about the dangers of litter.
In partnership with the Ocean Conservancy, Keep Pinellas Beautiful will be coordinating the International Coastal Cleanup at numerous sites throughout Pinellas County with our dedicated site captains, volunteers and team members. We invite you to join our efforts!
Volunteer advance registration is not necessary for walkup sites. Groups consisting of 10 or more volunteers are encouraged to call the KPB office (727-533-0402) so that we will not have too many volunteers at one location.
Hosting a Cleanup Site
Each year we host over 60 sites for the International Coastal Cleanup. Please let us know if you are interested in hosting a site by emailing Stephanie Ellington at Sellington@kpbcares.org!
October 14th - Gulfport, Gulfport Beach and Area Cleanup
October 14th - St. Petersburg, Gandy Beach - North Side
October 21st - Clearwater, Sand Key Park
October 21st - Dunedin, Dunedin Causeway
October 21st - St. Petersburg, Fort Desoto - North Beach
October 21st - Mobbly Bayou Wilderness Preserve, Oldsmar
October 21st - Indian Shores, Indian Shores Beach
October 21st - Sunset Beach, Tarpon Springs
October 21st - Largo, Largo Central Park Nature Preserve
October 21st - Madeira Beach, Archibald Memorial Park
October 21st - North Reddington Beach, DoubleTree Resort
October 21st - Tarpon Springs, Brooker Creek Preserve
October 21st - Indian Rocks Beach, Beach Access
October 21st - St. Petersburg, Williams Park/Central Ave.
October 21st - St. Pete Beach, Upham Beach
October 21st - Gulfport, Clam Bayou Nature Preserve
October 28th - St. Petersburg, Crescent Lake (ISR)