Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office will have deputies on site to help with disposal of ammunition, prescriptions, and sharps.
Pre-registration forms can be emailed or brought when you come:
It’s time again for the Coastal Cleanup! This years event will be held on Saturday, September 21, 2019. This event brings a large group of volunteers from Wakulla County and surrounding areas. With the help of our volunteers and our community, an average of 8 tons of debris has been removed every year from our local waters. Could you imagine what these areas would look like if the debris was left to accumulate? This event is so important.
This is a wonderful opportunity to participate in volunteering for our community. We encourage students to participate and can provide a certificate to include in their college or employment profiles, as well as Bright Futures hours.
We ask volunteers to wear sunscreen, comfortable clothing and footwear. We also request that you bring your own reusable water bottle in efforts to minimize our waste. If you have 5 gallon buckets available, they are great for collecting and reduce the need for so many plastic trash bags.
We will begin registration ans site assignments at 8:00 am and have a brief safety reminder prior to going to the sites. We will reconvene at Woolley Park 11:00 – 11:30 for lunch, prizes and t-shirt distribution.
Please join us in this effort to keep our shorelines beautiful and free of debris that can be harmful to our aquatic friends!
Please contact us if you would like more information or would like to become a sponsor.
Keep Wakulla County Beautiful 850-745-7111
Keep Wakulla County Beautiful is committed to keeping the local rivers clean so we can protect and restore it for us – and future generations. Participating in a river clean-up is one way that citizens can do their part for the river we all love.
Please take a moment to review the reporting procedures if you are unfamiliar. We look forward to hearing from you!