Time & Location
We are excited to invite you to a community cleanup in partnership with Councilman Andy Thompson's #RunTheCity initiative and Waterway Advocates on December 11th at 9am.
Meet us at University Woodlands Park @ 2501 St Andrews Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33434, and look for the lime green tent.
We will be removing litter and debris from the site and nearby neighborhoods (New Floresta, Timbercreek, University Park, Strathmore, Boca Madeira, etc.)
Why a neighborhood cleanup? Because trash travels by way of storm drains and waterways that lead to the ocean. Florida has over 12,000 miles of waterways alone! So join us to take action in stopping the flow of litter before it has a chance to reach the water A refillable water bottle (join us in being plastic free!), close-toed shoes, and some positive vibes are all you need.
Safety Guidelines: For anyone doing their own cleanup, please review the safety guidelines and 8 Steps to doing your own cleanup below. Download the PDF.
Clean Swell: Citizen Science Data collection is a crucial component of the ICC experience. Download the app before the cleanup and log the types and amounts of trash you collect. Logging your trash in Clean Swell is required for community service hours. Checkout the CleanSwell poster or Watch the short Video for more guidance on using the app. Please remember to enter the group: Boca Save our Beaches.
Community Service Hours: To be eligible to receive community service hours for your cleanup, you must log your cleanup in Clean Swell. When you are done collecting and have submitted your data you will receive an email summary. Forward that summary to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send you an electronic community service certificate.
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