SWCD Employees Participate in Annual Waterway Cleanup | 03-16-2013
Sunshine Water Control District ("Sunshine") maintenance crews work every day cleaning the 22 miles of District canals and remove over 80 tons of debris, weeds and trash each year. This important trash removal helps clear materials that can clog and restrict our waterways. We also take pride in the appearance of Sunshine's canals that enhance the beauty of our neighborhoods and community.
When the Broward County 36th Annual Waterway Cleanup took place on March 16, 2013, Sunshine employees again went above and beyond to participate in this important community event. Our crew removed trash and debris from several Sunshine canals to help make this year's Waterway Cleanup a success.
The Board of Supervisors appreciates and supports this annual community event, which brings awareness to the importance of maintaining our city's canals.
Our crew is shown below bringing in their first cleanup load on Saturday, March 16 with Waterway Coordinator and former City Mayor, Roy Gold. Former Mayor Gold acknowledged Sunshine's continuing participation in the Waterway Cleanup.
For more information, visit the Sunshine Water Control District's website at www.sunshinewcd.net.