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El Cerrito Swim Center
Our Summer Schedule is now available! For the 9 weeks of summer, we will have daily rECswim along with Fitness Swim hours. Please see our schedules at www.el-cerrito.org/swimcenter.
National Night Out is our chance to celebrate community by welcoming new neighbors, reconnecting with friends and fostering better relationships with local police and first responders.
More than 30 El Cerrito neighborhoods participate each year. We want neighborhoods to go back to the basics by getting more neighbors involved, more intimately, through numerous block parties held throughout our city. Celebrate community by hosting a block party for your neighbors.
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El Cerrito Recycling Center
On August 5, 50 years to the day from when El Cerrito’s Recycling Center first accepted donations, join the Environmental Quality Committee and the El Cerrito Historical Society at 5:30 p.m. in commemorating the Center’s 50th Anniversary at the Recycling Center located at 7501 Schmidt Lane. The event will also honor the late Joel Witherell, who oversaw the Center from 1973-1993. Speakers will include two of the founders, Gregg Cook and Ken Little; the engineer who built the original glass crusher, Allan Gardiner; former Recycling Center manager, Becky Dowdakin; longtime Operations Manager, Mario Gonzalez; and Witherell’s daughter, Sarah Steele. Enjoy live music using upcycled instruments by current El Cerrito Creative Reuse artist-in-residence, Steve Zwetsch. Hands-on art making for all ages hosted by former Recycling Center resident artists Kloe Chan and Risa Dye. Plus: Snacks and beverages. For more information, contact Dave Weinstein by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join City staff and other volunteers at Baxter Creek Gateway Park in this jewel on the Ohlone Greenway. The activities will include litter removal, invasive plant removal and native plant care. All ages are welcome (under 18 with guardian). All participants must complete a Volunteer Registration Form before working. Please wear long sleeves, long pants, and closed-toe shoes. You may also want to bring a water bottle to use while you are working. The City will provide tools, bags, gloves, and sanitizer. There are no bathrooms at the park. We will meet at 10am at Conlon Ave and the Ohlone Greenway. RSVP by email or phone is requested.
Registration for Fall Programs (including Swim Lessons!) begins on 8/9/22 at 9am for Residents and on 8/10/22 at 9am for Non-Residents. All registration takes place online at www.el-cerrito.org/onlinereg.
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Join El Cerrito's Green Teams and Environmental Quality Committee and Friends of Five Creeks for a neighborhood cleanup at Creekside Park. Volunteering improves habitat, water quality, and quality of life for our neighborhoods and open spaces. Events start at 10am and run for two or three hours.
All ages welcome (under 18 with guardian). All participants must complete a Volunteer Registration Form before working. Wear a hat and bring water, and hip waders or boots, if you have them. The Green Teams supply tools, gloves, and bags. RSVP by phone or email is helpful.
Changes for the Swim Center fall schedule and pricing have been posted online. Please visit www.el-cerrito.org/swimcenter for this information!
City Council Chamber or via Teleconference
Available at Upper Cerrito Vista Park, adjacent to the tennis courts, across from the tennis court's parking lot, entrance off of Avis, across from Prospect Sierra School.
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