March 23, 2024
Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. at the James F. Bay Elementary School parking lot.
1502 Bayport Boulevard
Seabrook, TX 77586
Saturday, March 23, 2024
Check-in/Registration at James F. Bay Elementary
1502 Bayport Blvd.
Seabrook, TX 77586
Parking is available behind James F. Bay Elementary School, in the back parking lot.
Shuttle Drop-off & Pickup Locations during the event
Shuttles 1 & 2
- One (1) hour excursions (estimated) to various Seabrook locations returning to James F. Bay Elementary School approximately every hour for drop off and pick up for the next location.
- The last drop-off will be at the Community House, one (1) block away from the James F. Bay Elementary parking lot
- 9:00 a.m. –11:30 a.m. excursion. The shuttle will stop at various Seabrook locations and will return to the Community House around 11:30 a.m.
Areas to be Cleaned
We will clean from The Point to Pine Gully Park, the east side of Red Bluff Road at the point of Taylor Lake, Robinson Park, Pine Gully Park, and near Evelyn Meador Branch Library to Hester Park.
|8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
|9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
|11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
|Educational exhibits, Community Service certificates, and badges
|11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
|Lunch, sponsor recognition, and door prizes
Registration, Liability Waiver, and Photo Release Form
Every participant must sign a registration form that includes a liability waiver section and photo release before participating in the cleanup. Minors must have the form signed by their parent or guardian, not just a chaperone. Registration forms can be downloaded in English or Spanish from the Trash Bash® website so that you can print the form, complete it in advance, and bring it with you. This is especially recommended for larger groups to help speed up the registration process.
What to Wear/Bring
Trash Bash® will happen rain or shine unless inclement weather poses a danger to participants. Conditions can be slippery, muddy, or overgrown, and temperatures can range from cold to warm. It is recommended that you bring the following items: pants, sunscreen, hats, insect repellant, rubber boots or sturdy closed-toed shoes you don’t mind getting dirty, and rain gear. NO sandals or flip-flops. Volunteers wearing inappropriate footwear will not be allowed to participate.
Trash NOT to Pickup
Do not pick up medical waste, 55-gallon drums or other sealed closed or sealed containers, hazardous materials, broken glass, partially buried items, or heavy items requiring more than one person to lift them. Tell a site organizer the location of the item, and the proper authority will be called for their collection.
Trash Bash® cleanup locations provide volunteers with gloves and trash bags. Trash grabbers are available but are limited and are not provided to every individual. If you have your own gloves or trash grabbers you prefer to use you may bring them with you.
All volunteers receive a Trash Bash® t-shirt at the beginning of the event.
All volunteers are invited to stay after the cleanup for a free lunch. Lunch usually consists of hot dogs, chips, and cookies. Water is available throughout the event. Individual sites may have additional beverage options.