Do you have leftover empty buckets in your home or business from bulk food container or home improvement products?
How you can help:
ECO Eureka needs buckets with handles; preferably, five gallons or larger. Examples include: Continue reading ECO Eureka Needs Your Old Empty Buckets
Join us for our first “Trash Bash, a 90 minute town wide cleanup.
Businesses in the area are partnering to help bring volunteers.
How’s it work?
Join the Watershed Stewards Program and The City of Eureka Parks and Recreation Department for a restoration day at Sequoia Park.
Remove invasive ivy and trash and enjoy lunch near the duck pond. Tools, trash bags and gloves will be provided. Bring water, closed-toe shoes, snacks & rain gear.
Be a part of the Palco Marsh Revitalization
Come to the Eureka Waterfront Trail Community Building Event
In June, construction begins for Phase A on the developing Eureka Waterfront Trail. On May 14th, the City of Eureka invites you to come together as a community to tour, clean-up, and celebrate this beautiful part of the developing Waterfront Trail.