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Join us at the Earth Day Festival, Alameda Park Saturday and Sunday
Visit the City of Santa Barbara at Earth Day
Drop by the City of Santa Barbara's tent in the Public Square and meet with staff from the Creeks Division, Parks and Recreation, Water Conservation, Trash & Recycling, Community Development, Wastewater, Facilities, and Transportation.

Creekman face-in-holeMeet Creekman!
We are excited to have Creekman join us at this year's Earth Day Festival!

Creekman will be presenting Explore Ecology's Environmental Stewardship Awards in the Kids Corner on Saturday at 1pm. Look for him at the City's booth Saturday at 3pm, and Sunday at 12pm and 3pm. 

Drop by and pick up a Creekman sticker or button, or take a photo of yourself AS Creekman with our fun "face-in-hole!"

 
 
"How will you be a clean water hero?"
Get Your Family Passport Stamped
Parents are invited to pick up their Family Passport at the Santa Barbara Car Free Check In (across from Bike Valet near Anacapa & Micheltorena).

The Creeks Division will host the Passport Activity for the City of Santa Barbara's booth - tell us how YOU will be a Clean Water Hero to get your passport stamped! 


When all 8 spots on your Passport are full, turn it in for a chance to win a week at children’s eco-summer camp! 

Congratulations Newly Certified Clean Creeks Businesses!
Join the Creeks Division in congratulating the following local businesses for taking important steps to protect local creek and ocean water quality by becoming Clean Creeks Certified! 

Clean Creeks Certified Business LogoBreakfast Culture Club
711 Chapala Street
(805) 453-5954

Dawn Patrol
324 State Street

(805) 962-2889

Kanaloa Seafood Kitchen & Market
715 Chapala Street

(805) 966-5159

Miso Hungry
3613 State Street
(805) 324-4430

For a complete list of Certified Businesses or to learn more about the program, visit sbcreeks.com.
Citizen Scientist Volunteers Wanted!
Volunteers needed at beachThe Community Alliance for Surveying the Topography of Sandy Beaches (CoAST SB) is a citizen science beach profile monitoring program for Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.

Volunteers are needed to conduct simple surveys once a month to measure changes in elevation of the beach through erosion and accretion to better understand and manage beach ecosystems.

For more information or to get involved, contact Aaron Howard at UCSB's Marine Scientist Institute at aaronhoward@umail.ucsb.edu.

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City of Santa Barbara  •  PO Box 1990  •  Santa Barbara, CA 93102

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