Burlingame Participates in Bayfront Cleanup

Part of a larger Peninsula volunteer day, Burlingame participants will hit the Bayfront on Saturday.

This Saturday, Burlingame residents will take part in the annual county-wide coastal clean-up. This is the 14th year Burlingame will participate.

Volunteers everywhere from San Gregorio to South San Francisco will be pitching in to clean their coasts and waterways.

The event runs from 9 a.m. to noon, and Burlingame residents have two options of where to begin their day.

Groups will meet at both at 1590 Old Bayshore Highway and the at 150 Anza Boulevard.

Join in by calling 650-342-3727. All participants must sign a waiver.

There will be light refreshments and a raffle at the end of the event.

Check out other spots in the county that will be cleaner after Saturday's event:

Belmont: Belmont Creek, Waterdog Lake, O'Neill Slough

Brisbane: Brisbane Lagoon

Day City: Thornton State Beach

East Palo Alto: Cooley Landing, San Franciscquito Creek

Half Moon Bay: Francis State Beach, Pilarcitos Creek, Dunes Beach, Poplar Beach

Menlo Park: Bedwell Bayfront Park, San Francisquito Creek

Millbrae: Citywide

Montara: Montara State Beach

Pacifica: Manor Bluff, Mussel Rock, Linda Mar Beach / Pacifica State Beach, Sharp Park Beach, Rockaway Beach, San Pedro Creek Watershed

Pescadero: Pescadero State Beach

Redwood City: Cordilleras Creek (Redwood High School), multiple locations

San Gregorio: San Gregorio State Beach

San Mateo: Coyote Point, Ryder Park

South San Francisco: Colma Creek, SSF Bayfront

Unincorporated Coastside: Pillar Point/Maverick’s, Purisma Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve, Gazos Creek (South Coast)


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