26th Annual Clean the Bay Day

Saturday, June 7, 2014
9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Locations & Registration

Thank you for your interest in the 26th Annual Clean the Bay Day, to be held Saturday, June 7, 2014 between 9 a.m. and noon at hundreds of locations throughout the state.

Online registration for Clean the Bay Day is now closed. However, please see below a list of sites that can handle additional volunteers. Feel free to attend one of these sites on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Plan to arrive by 8:45 a.m. and make sure that you sign in. Additional details for each site are below. \

Thank you so much for your interest in this important program. We look forward to seeing you out there for another beautiful Clean the Bay Day—26 Years Strong!

NOTE: More walk-up sites may become available in the days leading up to June 7. Please check back if you do not see a site that works for you.

The following state parks will all be hosting Clean the Bay Day events. Please visit http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state_parks/state_park.shtml for specific information, directions, and contact information for each site.

Bear Creek Lake S.P. | Belle Isle S.P. | Caledon S.P. | Chippokes Plantation S.P. | Douthat S.P. | High Bridge Trail S.P. | Holliday Lake S.P. | James River S.P. | Kiptopeke S.P. | Lake Anna S.P. | Leesylvania S.P. | Mason Neck S.P. | Pocahontas S.P. | Powhatan S.P. | Sailors Creek S.P. | Shenandoah River S.P. | Sky Meadows S.P. | Twin Lakes S.P. | Westmoreland S.P. | York River S.P.


On the Eastern Shore of Virginia (kayakers only):
Site Name: SouthEast Expeditions, Onancock
Details: SouthEast Expeditions at The Wharf, 2 King St., Onancock.
Contact: Bill Burrell, Phone: 305-240-3298.

In Gloucester:
Site Name: Crown Point Marina
Details: Crown Pointe Marina, 9737 Cooks Landing Road, Hayes, VA.  They will have brownie sundaes and cookies!
Directions: See map
Contact: Kimmarie DaSilva (Kim), office@crownpointemarina.com, (work) 804-642-6177, (cell) 804-832-3684

In Norfolk:
Site Name:  Tarrallton Park
Details: Meet at 9 a.m. at back parking lot, past tennis courts and first ball field.
Directions: See map
Contact: Lisa Renee Jennings, Lisa.Jennings@norfolk.gov

In Poquoson:
Site Name: Messick Point 
Details: The end of Messick Road, Poquoson
Directions: See map
Contact: Mel Insley, minsley@poquoson-va.gov, 757-868-3580

In Portsmouth:
Site Name: Portsmouth City Park.
Directions: Take I-264 West to Portsmouth or I-64 East to Portsmouth. Take the Portsmouth Boulevard exit and make a right from I-264 or left from I-64 onto City Park Avenue. Continue to the pavilion and you will be directed from there.
Contact: Anika (Nicky)Williams, Donna Corbus or Michelle Eady at 393-8621 Ext 7316.

In Richmond:
Site Name:  Reedy Creek (James River Park System)
Directions: 4001 Riverside Drive, Richmond, VA 23225
Contact: Nathan Burrell, Nathan.Burrell@Richmondgov.com, 804- 357-8897

On Tangier Island:
Site Name: Tangier
Details: Since Tangier is so small, it's easy to find any of our sites, marked by the presence of big orange bags.
Contact: John Pruitt, tangierpride@yahoo.com, 757-934-1368

In Virginia Beach:
Site Name:  TriCampus Area
Details: Volunteers should meet at Diamond Springs Elementary School, 5277 Learning Circle, Virginia Beach, VA 23462. Ryan Ruzic will be the Zone Captain there. Please be sure to check in and register with Melody.
Contact: Anne Marie Studds, amstudds@vbgov.com, 757-385-0472

Please keep a few things in mind on your clean-up:

  • Safety first! Wear close-toed shoes or boots as well as work gloves, apply sunscreen, and don't overdo it—you should never overexert yourself on Clean the Bay Day. This should be fun!
  • Please arrive at your site by 8:45 a.m. on Saturday, June 7.  The clean up will run from 9 a.m.-Noon.
  • Bring water in a reusable container and maybe a snack to keep your energy up.
  • Please make sure all children who are NOT accompanied by a parent bring a signed Parental Permission Form.
  • We love pictures! Please send any shots you take of the event to ctbd@cbf.org.
  • And, of course . . . have fun!

Again, thank you so much for your involvement with Clean the Bay Day. You are what makes this program a resounding success 25 years and counting. We look forward to seeing you Saturday!

Please help us spread the word! For those of you on social networks like Twitter and Facebook, consider spreading the clean water message by tweeting your local representatives before, after, or even during Clean the Bay Day.

Recommended Tweets:
I participated in #CleanTheBayDay. I hope you support #CleanWater and #VA too! #chesbay #savethebay
I believe in #CleanWater that's why I'm participating in #CleanTheBayDay. #VA #chesbay #savethebay
I participated in #CleanTheBayDay. I'm looking out for #VA and #CleanWater. Are you? #chesbay #savethebay

Recommended Facebook Post:
I'm removing litter from our waterways on Saturday to make our Virginia waters and the Chesapeake Bay cleaner and healthier for us and future generations! Won't you join us?! [link to: http://www.cbf.org/getinvolved]

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