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Cesar Chavez Park

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About this Spot

Large, 90-acre park. Cesar Chavez Park, built on the site of a former landfill, offers a wide range of recreational opportunities in a marina setting with spectacular views of the three bay bridges, Alcatraz, and Angel Island. 

Trash in the park is primarily along Spinnaker Way, the picnic areas in the Southwest corner, and around trash cans.

The wooded area near the Southwest corner of the park (near the circle) used to have campsites. These campsites have been removed, but it is likely there is still residual trash.

Trash Note

Litter around parks is typically found in parking areas and nearby streets as well as the park itself. In parks, trash is typically found near picnic, and sitting areas, and along pathways.

In windy regions, trash will collect along fences and in bushes. In areas with hills or creeks, trash will collect downslope from roads and walkways.

The area around trash cans generally collects micro-trash. Clean, inviting trash cans get used more often, and maintaining trash cans is recommended.

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Street parking nearby.

Trash Disposal

Take home, or put in or nearby, trash cans.

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