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Rancho Cordova

Volunteer Instructions

Public clean-up sites in Rancho Cordova are listed below.
Review the site descriptions and check the map links to select your site.

Then click the Registration Link  button to register for your site.

We ask that all volunteers please complete and bring our volunteer waiver to give to their site leaders. And if you are registering for a group or organization please download our Group Waiver to fill out and hand to your site leader.

Please include your location preference and feedback in the comment section of your registration.  Your information will be sent to our administrative volunteers who may contact you to confirm your clean-up site location, provide you with instructions, and answer any questions you may have. You may be reassigned to a location as space allows.

Volunteers will be provided refreshments at 8:45 AM at all clean up sites on Saturday, April 29th.   Your team leader will provide you with instructions, garbage bags and help get you started.


Rancho Cordova Clean-up Sites

Tributary 1 at Horn Rd. Registration Link

No children under 14 unless accompanied by an adult.  Volunteers will be cleaning along a low-flow channel with steep vegetated banks. Ladders and/or ropes will be provided to allow for greater ease of access to creek bottom, which is usually dry.  Expect to spot singing birds in the brushy trees and look for ground squirrels near their burrows.
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Turn onto Old Winery/Horn Rd. off of Folsom Blvd.

Tributary 1 at S. White Rock Rd. Registration Link

Banks are steep. No children under 14 permitted unless accompanied by an adult. Ladders and/or ropes will be provided to allow for greater ease of access to creek bottom, which is usually dry. (volunteer capacity: 30.)
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP   Park along S. White Rock.

Stone Creek Park – Morrison Creek Registration Link Site Full

Good for younger children.  Creek is usually dry and has shallow banks that wrap around the perimeter of Stone Creek Park.  (22 volunteer capacity)
DIRECTIONS: SEE MAP Highway 50, south on Zinfandel, right on Spoto Drive to the park.

Nature tour at Bear Hollow Reservoir Registration Link Site Full

This event is tentatively scheduled depending on Biologist availability.
Discover the native plant species and critters that can be found in Bear Hollow Reservoir. This scientific tour will be led by a wetland biologist. You can learn about the history and purpose of this beautiful reservoir. A perfect activity for nature lovers!

Cordova Creek – Dawes St. near Dolecetto Dr. Registration Link Site Full

Younger children are welcome but should be supervised, as this is a concrete lined canal with tall steep banks. Trash collection will occur on top banks, and not within the concrete channel itself.  (volunteer capacity: 15)

Morrison Creek 1 at Airpark Dr. Registration Link Site Full

Park at the west end of Airpark Drive or at northwest corner of Bellone Way for easier access. Banks are very steep in most places and water is between 1-2 ft. deep. No children under 14 permitted unless accompanied by an adult. Waterproof boots are highly recommended for removal of miscellaneous items (e.g. tires) from within creek. (volunteer capacity: 12).

If you would like more information about clean-up sites in Rancho Cordova, please contact Allen at 916-851-8718 or Email: aquynn ‘at’ .