2020 Volunteer Registration is closed and Creek Week is cancelled due to COVID-19 directives.
We are exploring the possibility of doing Creek Week in the fall. If that’s not feasible, we will be back in 2021.
In the meantime, keep this in mind: Please reduce your plastic waste.
We can all make a difference by practicing random acts of cleanup.
If everyone picked up one extra piece of trash each day, our impact would be even greater.
Public clean-up sites in Carmichael
and Arden Arcade are listed below.
Review the site descriptions and check the map links to select your site.
Then click the “Volunteer” button to register.
Please review the Volunteer Checklist to the left so you arrive prepared!
Once you register, our administrative volunteers may contact you to confirm your clean-up site location, provide you with additional instructions, or answer any questions you may have. You may be reassigned to a location as space allows.
If you have registered for a group, please forward our Volunteer Waiver to your members or their parents or guardians.
Please report at 9:00am sharp on Saturday, April 18th to your confirmed clean-up site. Your team leader will provide you with instructions, garbage bags and help get you started.
Caution: Poison oak, areas of steep banks, and deep water. Do NOT clean along Winding Way – unsafe. (100 volunteer capacity)
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Please park on the northeast corner of campus in LOT A which is accessible from Myrtle Ave.
Caution: Poison oak. (40 volunteer capacity)
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park in the parking lot.
(20 volunteer capacity).
Because this tributary has never been cleaned up by Creek Week volunteers, there is lots of trash in the creek.
Directions: SEE MAP Turn left after entering the park. Park at the end of the street.
Need a few Volunteers to pick up litter throughout Carmichael Park. Tools will be provided. (10 volunteer capacity) Meet site leader in parking lot near entrance. Directions: See Map Park in the parking lot.
(20 volunteer capacity)
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park in one of the parking lots on Cottage.
Adults and older teens only. Some treacherous terrain. One more group needed – no more than 15 people
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park in the school parking lot.
Volunteers will pick up litter along Verde Cruz Creek and throughout Del Campo Park, remove invasive plant species (Privet, Chinese tallow, etc,), and possibly remove graffiti in the park. Tools will be provided. (6 volunteer capacity)
Directions: See Map Park in the parking lot.
Ample free parking. No age restrictions. No known poison oak. Start 9:00am sharp!
Caution: Some steep banks. (200 volunteer capacity)
Directions:SEE MAP Park in main parking lot. Meet at golf cart building.
Caution: Poison oak, areas of steep banks, and deep water. No children under 12. (100 volunteer capacity) Sacramento City Parks waiver for adults and youth is required in addition to Creek Week registration.
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP 3200 Longview Dr.,Sacramento, CA 95821. Park by the barn.
(20 volunteer capacity)
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park in the parking lot west of Bell Street.
After reporting at 8:45 you may be assigned to another creek location nearby to which you will drive. Adults and older teens may be assigned to remove ivy that is choking some of the park-s trees. Tools and gloves will be provided. (40 volunteer capacity)
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Report at 8:45! Park in the parking lot.
This is a challenging spot. Steep banks, poison oak and lots of trash.
We are looking for motivated and ambitious volunteers who can help clean this site! (12 volunteer capacity)
Directions: SEE MAP Park at the end of Palm Ave. by Mountain Mike’s Pizza.
Caution: Poison oak.
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park at the end of Pasadena by the pedestrian bridge. (40 volunteer capacity)
Caution: Poison oak. This site is for individuals or groups of no more than 3.(50 volunteer capacity)
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park just beyond 5901 Rosebud Lane in the lot by the creek.