Grab your oldest clothes and shoes and come join us for a creek clean up. We have a mission to Reclaim, Restore and Revitalize our watershed. Many hands make this work a lighter task. Please join us!
Volunteers are asked to arrive by 8:45 am for a safety presentation. We will be providing trash pick-up tools, trash bags, gloves. Please bring your own water container and we will be happy to fill and refill it! We ask everyone to wear heavy soled shoes, long pants, hat and sunscreen. The work will begin at 9:00 running through 11:00 am.
The Coyote Creek is a special and wonderful place. Come help us clean up the section in Watson Park in honor of all our wildlife on World Wildlife Day!
We’d love to have you help beautify a section of creek while listening to the water flow and birds chirp. This activity is a great way to appreciate the much of what the creek has to offer in one three-hour activity.
Community service hours available. Group registration is available. Watson Park.
Close out your Earth Month activities at a free, hands on sustainable landscaping class!
Discover how to locate, design, and install Rain Gardens alongside Fire Station and Environmental Services staff. Rain gardens are simple to install and aid with pollution control, flooding protection, and habitat creation. We will cover topics including size, infiltration rates, and appropriate plants for capturing rain with this inexpensive environmentally-sound solution to urban runoff. To register, please email
Where: Fire Station 14 1201 San Tomas Aquino Rd San Jose, CA 95117
Watershed Watch are helping you watch out for water pollution! Get half-off car washes plus prizes from The Bay 94.5 FM during this special Watershed Watch event, only at this location. (Excludes gasoline, store and exterior-only washes; cannot be combined with other offers)
Montague Premier Car Wash and Watershed Watch are helping you watch out for water pollution! Get half-off car wash and detail services (gasoline and store/Subway not included) plus prizes from KUFX 98.5 FM during this special Watershed Watch event, only at this location.