Coastal Delaware Community Cleanup

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The Center once again has teamed up with the Quiet Resorts (Bethany-Fenwick) Chamber of Commerce to coordinate a large-scale cleanup across the watershed.  Join us for the Coastal Delaware Community Clean Up on April 20th. In partnership with Keep Delaware Beautiful, groups and individuals alike are invited to celebrate the week of Earth Day by adopting and cleaning a section of roadway throughout coastal Sussex County.

Volunteer:
If you would like to volunteer for the clean up, please click here, enter your information, and select a cleaning area. If you are flexible to volunteer wherever needed, you can select that as an option!

To volunteer directly with/through the Center for the Beaver Dam, Muddy Neck, Parker House, and Route 17 from Peppers Corner to Route 26 sites, visit our Better Impact platform.

If you have not registered for a BetterImpact account with the Center, you must do so and fill out a volunteer application form to register to volunteer with Center for this event.

Interested individuals can contact mcarter@inlandbays.org for more detailed information.

Coastal Community Clean-Up Hub Locations:​

Inland Bays Garden Hub (Hosted by Delaware Center for the Inland Bays): 38320 Muddy Neck Rd., Frankford
Chamber Hub: 36913 Coastal Hwy., Fenwick Island
Parsons Hub: Parsons Farm, 30381 Armory Rd., Dagsboro
Frankford Hub: Custom Mechanical, 34799 Daisey Road, Frankford
Selbyville Hub: Mountaire, 55 Hoosier St., Selbyville
Volunteers who register online will receive their assigned hub location via email no later than Thursday, April 18. Walk-ups can check in at any of the above locations to receive instructions and supplies.

Coastal Community Targeted Clean Up Locations:
Register to volunteer before Friday, April 19. Below is the list of areas that you can choose from in the registration process. Every cleaning area will have a capped number of volunteer slots to ensure safety and efficiency. Regardless of your cleaning location, volunteers must check in at their assigned Hub Location to check-in, receive supplies, and access free disposal.
Area 1 – DE Center for the Inland Bays Hub
​Beaver Dam, Muddy Neck, Parker House, Peppers Corner, Route 17 (from 26 to Peppers)
Area 2 – Chamber Hub
​Route 1/Coastal Hwy.
Area 3 – Dagsboro Hub
​Route 26, Omar (North), Armory
Area 4 – Frankford Hub
​Roxana Road, Dirickson/Old Mill Bridge, Millers Neck, Daisey, Bayard
Area 5 – Selbyville Hub
​Omar (South), Pyle Center, Roxana, Peppers

Tag photos with #DECoastalCommunityCleanup and tag @thequietresorts and @deinlandbays to show us how much you were able to collect and to encourage others to do the same.