We are a part of the statewide Coastal Cleanup effort.

ready? set? clean up!

  1. Register online to help us track participation and make your cleanup count. You may also register by calling (707) 678-1655 x 114.

  2. Follow @cleanupsolano or #CoastalCleanup on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

  3. Pick a spot in your community to clean up and get your gear ready.

  4. Learn more about what you need and how to stay safe by watching this video.

  5. Download the CleanSwell app to keep track of trash data. Learn how to use the app in this video.

  6. Participate in one of four cleanup contests for a chance to win a prize from our partners.

  7. After your cleanup, respond to our Coastal Cleanup Reporting Survey to let us know how you did and share your experience online by tagging @cleanupsolano #KeepSolanoClean!

Check out our videos below for helpful hints, details, and more.

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Coastal Cleanup Month 2020

How to Use Ocean Conservancy's CleanSwell App

How to Stay Safe While Cleaning Up

Stopping Trash Flowing From Solano to the Sea

The 2020 Solano County Coastal Cleanup is made possible with the support of:

California Coastal Commission

Solano County Department of Resource Management

California's Department of Resources Recycling & Recovery (CalRecycle)

City of Benicia

City of Dixon

City of Vacaville

Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District

Putah Creek Council

Solano County Parks

Solano Resource Conservation District

United States Bureau of Reclamation - Lake Berryessa

Vallejo Flood & Wastewater District

Vallejo Watershed Alliance

with special thanks to 95.3 KUIC radio, Sprouts Vacaville, and the Center for Volunteer and Non-Profit Leadership (CVNL) program Solano Volunteers

Past solano county Results