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8:00 AMAromas Clean Up Day
10:00 AMBeach Clean-up at Sand City
Building Connection Through Open Converstations
Deeper connections are something we can help create for both Deeper connections are something we can help create for both ourselves and others. Start close to home (or better yet, at home) by learning how to be a better listener and practicing the skill regularly.
It’s Not the Chlorine in the Pool that’s Making Your Eyes Red…
Have your eyes ever started to sting and turn red when you were swimming, playing, or relaxing in a pool? Did you think it was because of the chlorine in the water?
FDA Advises Consumers, Tattoo Artists, and Retailers to Avoid Using or Selling Certain Tattoo Inks Contaminated with Microorganisms
The FDA is alerting consumers, tattoo artists, & retailers of the potential for serious injury from use of tattoo inks that are contaminated with bacteria. Tattoo inks contaminated with bacteria can cause infections & lead to serious health injuries when injected into the skin during a tattoo.
Published on March 23, 2018. Last modified on April 09, 2018
Think locally and get involved. Learn more about available clean-up events and hosting your own clean-up events.
Many organizations and agencies are hosting local clean-up events throughout the year to keep our streets, parks, and beaches free of debris. Be proactive and join the cause. Click here for Clean-up Events.
Host your own Event
Did you know you can host your own clean-up event? You can even get a coupon to dispose of the litter & trash for free. Restrictions apply. To learn more about the hosting your own event, click here!
Adopt a Highway
Litter removal, ditch cleaning, landscape maintenance, or graffiti eradication are ways in which individual or groups can participate. To Learn about cleaning and maintaining our roadways and highways, Click here!
Host your own community clean-up
For more information on how setup your own clean-up event,
- Visit the Disposal Coupon Webpage
- Complete and submit the Clean-up Coordinator Packet
- Contact the Monterey County Health Bureau at (831)-755-4505
The Adopt-A-Highway Program
Do your part and help maintain our California’s State Highway System. For more information, visit CalTrans
The Adopt-A-Road Program
Litter removal, ditch cleaning, landscape maintenance, or graffiti eradication are ways in which individual or groups can participate in Monterey County Adopt-A-Road Program. For more information,
- Adopt-A-Roadway Program: Download PDF
- Contact: Sheila Castillo at (831) 755-5174.