Coastal Cleanup Pasco County

Coastal Cleanup Pasco County. Pasco residents take part in Coastal Cleanup each year. You can too by helping out on Saturday, September 15 at various locations from 8 am to 12 pm (noon). The event hosted by Keep Pasco Beautiful, check out their Facebook page. You can reach out to them to find a location that is close to you; call (727) 856-7252, email them at Their website is here.

Coastal Cleanup Pasco County

Coastal Cleanup Pasco County

Photos courtesy of Keep Pasco Beautiful

Keep Pasco Beautiful says:

Keep Pasco Beautiful is partnering with Pasco County to organize the annual International Coastal Cleanup. Each year, volunteers band together to pick up trash along fragile coastal waterways and in Pasco County streets. 

Coastal Cleanup Pasco County
The event attracts hundreds of thousands of volunteers from around the world who spend a few hours removing trash and debris from beaches, lakes, rivers and inland areas, while keeping track of every piece of trash they find. The Ocean Conservancy uses that information to produce an annual country-by-country, state-by-state index of the problem of marine debris.

In 2016 1,372 volunteers picked up 25.36 tons of trash throughout Pasco County.

There will be teams in locations throughout Pasco County. Sites include Anclote Gulf Park and Strauber Memorial Highway in Holiday; the City of New Port Richey; Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park in Port Richey; Hudson Beach in Hudson; Lacoochee; the City of Dade City; Land O’ Lakes; and Wesley Chapel. Supplies such as trash bags and water are provided. Free t-shirts will be given out while supplies last. 

“There are so many people in our community that concerned about the environment,” said Kristen King, Keep Pasco Beautiful Coordinator.

Coastal Cleanup Pasco County is a wonderful thing.

if you really want to help in this wonderful effort to keep Pasco looking great and save our water wildlife, please contact Keep Pasco Beautiful and find a location that is good for you. Be sure to wear lots of sunscreen, mosquito repellent, hat, gloves, and bring water to stay hydrated.

This information brought to you by Toni Weidman. Please contact Keep Pasco Beautiful (contact info above) for any further information. 

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Experience Counts! I have been selling homes in West Pasco and Pinellas counties-Florida for over 25 years. Craig & I run Trinity Pets Yappy Hour for animal rescues. And a Broker-associate with Sailwinds Realty, Trinity. Craig and I run Trinity Pet Sitters LLC.