The City of Deerfield Beach is dedicated to keeping the City clean and pristine. Through a variety of projects and implementations, we are successfully taking on the challenge of keeping our City as clean and green as possible.
City-sponsored beach cleanups and supply provision, including the Litter-Free Deerfield Beach program, are currently on hold due to the impacts of COVID19.
The City of Deerfield Beach Department of Sustainable Management is always looking for volunteers to help out! If you're passionate about going green (or you just need community service hours), sign up below, and we'll keep you updated on all the opportunities we have to offer!
Want to host your own beach cleanup? The City of Deerfield Beach is happy to assist you by providing materials to groups interested in hosting a cleanup. All the City requests is for groups to return any unused supplies and to provide basic data on the cleanup through a provided form. To sponsor your own cleanup, contact the Department of Sustainable Management here.
Interested in joining us as a volunteer? Fill out the form below.
Beach litter has become a major concern for the health of the oceans and the overall beauty of our community. In partnership with JM Family Enterprises, Inc., we have created the Litter-Free Deerfield Beach program to tackle this issue through citizen action.
Through this program, cleanup kits would be stationed at the Pier Bait Shop available for check-out by beach visitors. A cleanup kit would include a 2-gallon bucket for litter, gloves, and a sifter for small things in the sand. Participants can use the buckets to collect litter on and around the beach during their visit, then return them to the Pier Bait Shop when finished. Each bucket will be weighed upon return to track the impacts of the program. Participation will also be tracked, and first-timers will receive a cool sticker. Returning participants will receive a t-shirt after their 4th visit.
This program is for individuals or small groups of 2-3 volunteers only! For larger groups, please contact the Department of Sustainable Management here.