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Carmichael and Arden Arcade

2020 Spring Creek Week was cancelled due to COVID-19 directives.

We are able to offer a limited number of organized creek clean-ups this fall.

Please check the sites below to see if there is an organized clean-up or if it is an appropriate site for your own “random act of clean-up.”

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.

Stay healthy!

Please report to your confirmed clean-up site on the date and time assigned to you. Your team leader will provide you with instructions, garbage bags and help get you started.

American River College – Arcade Creek

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.

Arcade Creek Park – Arcade and Verde Cruz Creeks  Volunteer

Caution: Poison oak. (40 volunteer capacity) Organized clean-up is Saturday, October 3 at 9:00
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park in the parking lot.

Brookside Mobile Home Park – Arcade Creek Volunteer

(20 volunteer capacity). This may be an organized clean-up site. Please check back in mid-September.
Directions: SEE MAP Turn left after entering the park. Park at the end of the street.

Carmichael Park Volunteer Site Closed.

 

Cottage Park – Strong Ranch Slough  Volunteer

(20 volunteer capacity) This may be an organized clean-up site. Please check back in mid-September.
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park in one of the parking lots on Cottage.

Creekside Park – Chicken Ranch Slough Volunteer

Adults and older teens only. Some treacherous terrain. This may be an organized clean-up site. Please check back in mid-September.
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park in the school parking lot.

Del Campo Park  Volunteer

This may be an organized clean-up site. Please check back in mid-September. 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.

Haggin Oaks Golf Complex – Arcade Creek   Volunteer

Ample free parking. No age restrictions. No known poison oak. This may be an organized clean-up site. Please check back in mid-September.
Caution: Some steep banks. (200 volunteer capacity)
Directions:SEE MAP Park in main parking lot. Meet at golf cart building.

Horsemens Association – Arcade Creek  Volunteer

Caution: Poison oak, areas of steep banks, and deep water. No children under 12. This may be an organized clean-up site. Please check back in mid-September. 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.

Howe Community Park – Chicken Ranch Slough  Volunteer

(20 volunteer capacity) This may be an organized clean-up site. Please check back in mid-September.
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park in the parking lot west of Bell Street.

Mission North Park – Chicken Ranch Slough  Volunteer

Site Closed.

Palm Avenue – Arcade Creek Volunteer

Site Closed.

his is a challenging spot.  Steep banks, poison oak and lots of trash. 

Pasadena Blvd and Winding Way – Arcade Creek  Volunteer

Caution: Poison oak. This may be an organized clean-up site. Please check back in mid-September.
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park at the end of Pasadena by the pedestrian bridge.  (40 volunteer capacity)

Rosebud Lane – Arcade Creek  Volunteer

Caution: Poison oak. This site is for individuals or groups of no more than 3. This may be an organized clean-up site. Please check back in mid-September. (50 volunteer capacity)
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Park just beyond 5901