Volunteers will pick up debris and litter along the Bayfront Trail, Marina Lagoon, and Tidelands Park.
Last year over 1,000 volunteers picked up over 10,000 pounds of garbage and 600 pounds of recycling. We hope with your help to continue this effort in this uncertain year. All are encouraged to wear old clothing and sturdy shoes, and bring your own gloves and trash bags.
IMPORTANT! We NEED volunteers to get the word out to the community.
Students can be signed off for community service credits.
There will also clean up teams at Mariners Green #1, #2 and #3 and Harbortown, contact your HOA
We look forward to seeing you.
To volunteer or for more information please e-mail:
Marina Lagoon Action Committee,
(650) 773-9171 cell
PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN REUSED - REUSABLE SUPPLIES TO FURTHER REDUCE WASTE
MARINA LAGOON CLEAN UP ORGANIZERS and CONTRIBUTORS
Marina Lagoon Action Committee
Lagoon Living & Living Estates Realty
City of San Mateo
City of Foster City
County of San Mateo
San Mateo Police K-9 Unit
MARINA LAGOON CLEAN UP - South End
(this is where the most trash comes in from the San Francisco Bay and Laurel Creek)
The cleanup is from 9:00 am to till 1:00 pm. Convenient registration will be available on-line at www.lagoonliving.com/cleanup.
Our rally points for the Marina Lagoon will be:
 Rock Harbor Ln & Port Royal Ave, Foster City [there is a small park on the Bay Trail opposite 56 Port Royal, there is a small parking lot there, or park on Port Royal] Walk along the waters edge north of south.
 La Selva & Los Prados, San Mateo [near 3401 La Selva] look for the path that leads to the Bay Trail, and walk along the waters edge going South.
 Virgo Lane and Beach Park Blvd, Foster City [near 300 Beach Park Blvd, park on Beach Park Blvd] Walk along the waters edge going south