Living Without Litter

Litter clean-up

Working together, we can create a city without litter. The City of Watsonville believes our residents deserve clean streets and a healthy environment. Our Public Works and Utilities Department is always exploring ways to keep our community litter-free.

Every year thousands of children, families and community groups join our Environmental School Program and Community Litter Clean-Up events to pick up litter on our streets, beaches, river, trails and wetlands. The City is proud to work with you, our Community Heroes.

A special thanks to CEIBA school for bringing out 400 students to do a downtown cleanup this spring. New this year is the Adopt-A-Trail program. Now, local businesses, community members and service groups can become stewards on a section of wetland trail. Through their efforts our award-winning trails will be further restored and kept litter-free. We all want a clean Watsonville. To get involved in our litter clean-up efforts, visit the City’s Nature Center located behind Ramsay Park or call 768-1622.

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