Waterway Cleanup

The waterways in the District can accumulate trash and debris from many sources.   The District sponsors voluntary waterway cleanups in each of the 12 counties with Keep Florida Beautiful affiliates as well as Marine Industry Associations and others.   Eligible applicants may be funded in accordance with Rule No. 66B-2.016 of the Florida Administrative Code. 

Click the websites below for the waterway cleanup organization in your county.
Please volunteer and help us keep Florida's Waterways clean and safe.

Earth Day, Saturday April 22, 2017
Baynanza - Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day
http://www.miamidade.gov/environment/baynanza.asp#6

Baynanza is a celebration of Biscayne Bay and its significance as one of our most important ecological systems in South Florida. While Baynanza includes more than 25 great events throughout March and April, the event that has become nearly synonymous with this celebration is the Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day.

"Save the Date" July 29, 2017 for the
10th Annual Treasure Coast Waterway Cleanup
http://www.tcwaterwaycleanup.com/

Up to 125 miles of waterways in Martin, St. Lucie & Indian River counties will be cleaned  Since 2008, more than 7,500 volunteers and more than 2,200 boats have removed > 67 tons of trash from Treasure Coast waters.  Your support and sponsorsorship or volunteer hours are critical for the continued success of this great community event.

St. Johns River Celebration 22nd Annual Cleanup Saturday
March 25, 2017 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
 Click here to learn more

Keep Jacksonville Beautiful's largest, annual, volunteer, litter cleanup that draws more than 1,000 participants. Entering its 21st year in 2016, the event is recognized by Keep America Beautful as the Great American Cleanup.   More than 50 litter Cleanup locations throughout Duval County, from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Keep Brevard Beautiful’s 36th annual Trash Bash
April 1, 2017 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
http://www.keepbrevardbeautiful.org

It’s that time of year again!   As part of the Great American Cleanup, KBB’s Trash Bash partners each year with local cities to help organize volunteers and remove trash from their areas.  To get involved, find the details for your community below at the website above and contact the Team Leader to register.


21st annual St. Johns River Cleanup
April 22, 2017 8 - 11 a.m.
Click here to learn more

Boaters, scouts, civic organizations, environmental groups, businesses and individual volunteers are encouraged to join in the effort to remove trash and debris from the St. Johns River.