Date(s) – 4/16/2016
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Centinela Ave. at Milton St
State Senator Ben Allen-SD26, Ballona Creek Renaissance, and Culver City High’s BCR Club welcome your participation in our big Earth Month Zero Waste event! LA City Councilman Mike Bonin will be unavailable to co-host on the revised date.
Join volunteers of all ages in this enjoyable and worthwhile activity along the estuary in Del Rey, where the inland water and incoming tide meet. You’ll experience a special place of water, fish, birds, plants—yet still too much trash and concrete!
It’s a great way for students to earn community service credits! As with all creek and coastal cleanups, participants under 18 need waiver forms signed by their parent or guardian.
Wear closed-toed shoes (preferably water-resistant) and sunscreen. Bring your own water in a reusable container. Water also will be available at the event, along with bags, grabbers, gloves, buckets, and educational displays. Arrive by bike or car. Park on Milton Street, Centinela Avenue, or Culver Drive.
BCR’s Centinela Avenue creek cleanups are made possible by the ongoing support and permission of LA County Public Works/Flood Control District and LA City Council District 11/Councilman Mike Bonin and the active co-sponsorship of the Del Rey Neighborhood Council and LA City Office of Community Beautification.
Ballona Creek Renaissance (BCR)
Connecting Creek and Community
Click for Flier for a description of how our cleanups work.
All volunteers under 18 must bring a parent or a waiver signed by a parent. Parents or adult supervisors must accompany younger children for safety. Download cleanup waivers for minors. Waivers for minors will also be available on site, but the parent must be there to sign.”