2019 Confluence Trash Bash

2019-03-23 08:00:00 - 2019-03-23 14:00:00


Confluence Trash Bash - March 23 2019


Confluence Trash Bash is the annual clean-up in North St Louis and St Louis County.

All are welcome, no experience required! Individual volunteers, civic groups and youth organizations are encouraged to attend.

Please dress appropriately for working outside and current weather conditions. Be prepared to get wet and muddy.




Please bring completed WAIVER with you. 

Volunteers can choose from multiple locations as their starting site, after which they will be assigned to specific areas to clean. Check-in and FREE breakfast is 8-8:45am.
Announcements: 8:45-9:00
Clean-up: 9:00-Noon
Please dress appropriately for the weather and bring bottle of water.
  1. Columbia Bottom Conservation Area, 801 Strodtman Rd, 63138 (NEW LOCATION REPLACES OLD CHAIN OF ROCKS BRIDGE) map
  2. Creve Coeur Park (2160 Creve Coeur Mill Road, St. Louis, MO 63146) map
  3. Chesterfield River's Edge Park - AGES 16 AND OLDER ONLY - Meet in Mall Parking Lot 13-14, 17089 North Outer 40 Rd #140, Chesterfield, MO 63005 map  Head into Bike Stop Cafe for breakfast and registration.
  4. Florissant, Sunset Park (2300 Sunset Park Drive, 63031) map
  5. Bridgeton Government Center, 12355 Natural Bridge Road, 63044 map
  6. Hanley Hills City Hall, 7713 Utica Dr., 63133 map
  7. Volunteer 11:00am to 1:00pm to be a single stream waste sorter at Old Chain of Rocks Bridge, 10950 Riverview Drive, 63137 map
  8. Overland Wild Acres Park, 2500 Ashby Road, 63114. map NO ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR THIS SITE. PLEASE CALL (314) 427-2401 or (314) 662-2401 FOR LOCATION AND REGISTRATION.

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Partners on this event include St. Louis Audubon, Greenway Network, St. Louis Brightside, St. Louis County, Missouri Department of Conservation, Missouri Stream Team. Participating municipalities include Maryland Heights Parks Department, St. Louis County-cities of St. Louis, Creve Coeur, Florissant, Bridgeton, Overland, Hanley Hills, Bellefontaine Neighbors, Dellwood and Chesterfield.



At noon, volunteers will return to their chosen location for an appreciation lunch and a chance to celebrate! Prizes will be given for the weirdest, biggest and most expensive trash finds. KSHE radio will be at the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge site to provide entertainment and report on all the unusual items found during the cleanup.

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