Earth Day is on Monday, April 22, with many events in Alameda County happening throughout the month of April. Join your neighbors in celebrating our area's natural beauty and helping keep our creeks, shores and the Bay healthy and litter-free!
Community feedback on the draft plan is welcome. Submit comments by December 7, 2018.
"Green infrastructure" is a new generation of landscape designs that help improve water quality, prevent flooding and replenish ground water.
Volunteer for a Local Event and Help Protect Creeks & the Bay
To find an event near you, visit our Volunteer page.
ALWAYS USE A COMMERCIAL CAR WASH. YOU’LL PREVENT POLLUTION AND SAVE WATER TOO.
Fred Frog and Izzy Egret want you to know that soapy, dirty, grimy water hurts. When you wash your car on the street or in your driveway, all that dirty, grimy, soapy water runs down the storm drain and into creeks and the Bay. Even biodegradeable soap is harmful. Egrets, herons, red-legged frogs, turtles, seagulls, trout, stilts....all birds, fish and amphibians are at risk.