photo by Andrew Kearns

When's the Next Cleanup You Ask?

Darn it! Missed another cleanup! If you would like to be notified of upcoming meetings and scheduled clean-ups, please click here and send us an email with the subject line: Add me to your mailing list. Do it today! and add your email to our member list.* To see the results of past cleanups, visit our Projects page.

*Note: we will only use your email to notify you of Clean Mill Valley meetings and events.

Marin City Beautiful Neighborhood Clean-Up Day!

Clean Mill Valley will join our neighbors in Marin City on July 21st and 22nd to participate in litter removal and weeding. The events are scheduled from 9:00am to Noon, but feel free to participate for any length of time that you can. For more information, please contact joan@cleanmv.org.

About the event: The Performing Stars Social Justice Intiative Group, in partnership with Golden Gate Village Resident Council & Marin Housing Authority, will sponsor the Marin City Beautiful Neighborhood Clean-Up Day. Volunteers will be assisting in this community beautification project by helping to get rid of debris in yards and balconies and weeding and cleaning the playgrounds. Dumpsters will be provided on site and a delicious lunch will be provided for participants. Click here for a flyer about this event.

Community supporters include: Clean Marin, Clean Mill Valley, Sausalito Beautiful, Conservation, Corps North Bay, Target Gateway Shopping Center, Goodman Building Supply, Marin County Sheriff’s Department, and the Marin City Community Services District. Join Us!

Volunteers from All Around

Columnist Dick Spotswood of the Marin Independent Journal is a strong supporter of local litter eradication and has written multiple times about our shared efforts in Marin. A recent column of his drew interest from Connie Vincelone of Pt. Reyes who participated in our Vista Point cleanup next to the Golden Gate Bridge. Clean Marin includes activists from every community in Marin. Also joining us that day was Jim Scriba and Craig Thomas of Sausalito Beautiful and Vicky Dehnert of Marin Clean Highways.

Clean Marin logo design by Mary Osborn

Welcome to
Adopt A Spot!

Some of our members have already adopted spots where they regularly pick up litter. We are seeing good results, but we need more hands! We are encouraging people to pitch in and adopt a section of a street in their neighborhood, an area of a favorite Step, Lane or Path, or an unsightly corner at a bus stop. We hope our combined efforts will help keep our town, its creeks, marshes and Bay clean.

If you have any questions or would like to pitch in and adopt a spot to clean up, please contact Jill at adoptaspot@cleanmv.org. This will help us to coordinate our efforts and spread the word about Adopt A Spot!

Adopt A Spot logo design by Mary Osborn
 
 
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