International Coastal Cleanup Day - Miami - Sept 18, 2021

What an AMAZING event!

53 Sites, 2,984 Volunteers, and 17,771 pounds collected
from Miami-Dade County beaches and shorelines!

- Watch Channel 10's News Coverage here
- You can still order an ICC 2021 shirt here
- Check out #MiamiCleanup2021 on Social Media for pictures
- Get a 10% discount on Stream2Sea Reef Safe Sunscreen discount using code: REEFSAFEMIAMI


  Online Volunteer Registration is now CLOSED!                  This year's shirts are available for purchase!

 50+ cleanup locations across the county. Community Service Hours Provided! 
Look below to find one near you and click on the link to register.

Spearheaded globally by the Ocean Conservancy, organizes Miami-Dade County’s local participation in this worldwide event with 50+ simultaneous shoreline cleanups around the county. The Miami-Dade ICC is made possible by the generous support of our tidal sponsor Covanta, with additional support from Banesco USA, Blackstone Charitable Foundation, Miami-Dade County RER-DERM, Pubbelly Sushi, WPLG Local 10, Stream2Sea Reef-Safe Sunscreen, and with special thanks to the Benjamin & Gloria Joannou, Jr. Family Conservation Fund.

Where possible, please have each volunteer signup individually. This ensures we have contact information for event reminders or critical updates and so we can manage capacity and accurately plan for turnout. The system will limit the # of volunteers you can RSVP for at any one time. It is intended for families coming together, or someone bringing a friend or two.

Group Registration: If you are a large group that cannot have individual volunteers register for themselves, go ahead and RSVP for the maximum the system will allow, and then forward the email confirmation you will receive to [email protected] along with a note indicating how many people are in your party and your registration will be manually updated.

North Miami: 

Oleta River State Park with Friends of Oleta (SOLD OUT)

Haulover Eastside Beach Park (SOLD OUT)

Haulover West Bayside with Sereia Films (SOLD OUT)

Sunny Isles 165th Street (SOLD OUT)

FIU Biscayne Bay Campus (SOLD OUT)

East Greynolds Park with Frost Science MUVE (SOLD OUT)

Griffing Park - Biscayne River Canal - Griffing Park (Land + BYO kayak/canoe) (Space for groups; 22 spots left)

North Bayshore Park at 123rd Street (SOLD OUT)

Surfside Cleanup with Sea Turtle Protectors (SOLD OUT)

Central Miami East: 

MacArthur Causeway with Clean This Beach Up (18+ years old, 20 spots left)

Legion Bayside Park (SOLD OUT)

Pelican Harbor Marina with Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserve (SOLD OUT)

Morningside Park with International Seakeepers Society (SOLD OUT)

Margaret Pace Park (SOLD OUT)

Watson Island Miami Yacht Club with Blue Scholars Initative (SOLD OUT)

Miami Beach 

Venetian Causeway Mangrove Park with Fertile Earth (SOLD OUT)

North Shore Open Space Park 83rd Street with US Coast Guard (SOLD OUT)

Miami Beach 73rd Street with Ocean Conservancy - Signature Event (SOLD OUT)

Miami Beach 53rd Street with Commissioner Eileen Higgins (SOLD OUT)

Miami Beach 46th Street (Eden Roc) with Clean Miami Beach (SOLD OUT)

Miami Beach Pine Tree Park (44th Street) with Coastal Conservators (Space for groups, 13 spots left)

Miami Beach 30th Street with The Palms Hotel & Spa **(Space for groups, 50+ spots left)**

Miami Beach 21 Street - Collins Park - with Miami Swim Week (Space for groups, 5 spots left)

Miami Beach Lummus Park 11th Street with US Coast Guard (SOLD OUT)

Miami Beach South Pointe with Surfrider (SOLD OUT)

Key Biscayne:

Hobie Island (First Island after the Tolls, before Powell Bridge) (SOLD OUT)

Rickenbacker Marina Cleanup with Rescue-a-Reef (SOLD OUT)

Marine Stadium with SENDIT4THESEA (SOLD OUT)

Historic Virginia Key Beach Park with Debris Free Oceans (Keg and Klean Ages 21 and over) (SOLD OUT)

Virginia Key Outdoor Center (paddle and land-based cleanup) (SOLD OUT)

Virginia Key Dog Beach /AKA Hobie Cat Beach (opposite of MAST Academy) (SOLD OUT)

Crandon Park (SOLD OUT)

Bills Baggs Cape Florida State Park (SOLD OUT)

Scuba Cleanup - Divers Paradise Key Biscayne

RSMAS Beach Cleanup (Private)

Coral Gables: 

Matheson Hammock Park and Marina with Miami Waterkeeper (SOLD OUT)

Coral Gables Cartegena Park (SOLD OUT)

Coral Gables Waterway Launch Site (SOLD OUT)

Coral Gables Cocoplum (private for community residents) 

Coral Gables Gables Estates (private for community residents) 

Coral Gables Old Culter  (private for community residents)

Coral Gables by the Sea (private for community residents)

Coconut Grove:

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens (SOLD OUT)

Kennedy Park (SOLD OUT)

Clarington Island with Coconut Grove Sailing Club (SOLD OUT)

South Miami: 

Deering Estate (SOLD OUT)

Deering Estate Peoples Dock (SOLD OUT)

Deering Point (3 spots left)

Lincoln's Beard Brewery with Love Hope Music (Bird Road and Palmetto Expressway) (SOLD OUT)

Homestead Bayfront Marina (SOLD OUT)

Black Point Marina with US Coast Guard (SOLD OUT)

Biscayne National Park (SOLD OUT)

What to Bring: 

  • Reusable water bottle - most sites will have refill stations
  • Working/garden or dish-washing gloves (we will also be providing gloves at the cleanup locations for those that don't have) 
  • Sturdy CLOSED TOED shoes that can get dirty / wet (unless you are on a beach site)
  • Long pants if you are working in a mangrove area
  • Hat, bug spray and sunscreen
  • A great attitude!!
  • Bags will be provided, but if you have a plastic bucket to collect trash (if you have one) or get one donated for free from a local Chinese, Burger, or Donut restaurant. Repurposed kitty litter buckets are also great!)

Thank you to our 2021 Sponsors!