Garbage cleaning started very early at Pismo Beach on Monday


It was a busy 4th of July for some beaches on the central coast. Places like Pismo Beach saw huge crowds for their fireworks show.

Due to the crowds, Pismo Beach employees were out early in the morning cleaning up and making sure the beach was litter-free for those who came to visit us on Monday.

“Oh yes, we were here at 5:30 am this morning and we were across the street in the Addy Street parking lot just before 6 am,” said Chad Stoehr, employee of Pismo Beach.

Things like wrappers, food scraps, cigarette butts and more were picked up all over the beach.

It was a team effort to ensure that those who came to the beach on Monday were greeted with a clean experience.

Although the area saw fairly stable crowds on Monday, July 4 was an extremely busy day for many businesses near the pier.

“Our bike rentals were great. We had a very fun day. All of my employees put in 12-14 hours on it and made a lot of extra money, ”said Bill Bookout, owner of Pismo Beach Bike Rentals.

According to the town of Pismo Beach, a total of 120 meters of garbage was collected.

“It’s amazing there must have been a serious party last night for sure wow.

Others who were visiting for the day also had similar opinions.

“It was really clean when we got here. We got here around 10 am and the beach was so clean. We didn’t see any trash so they must have done a great job of cleaning up,” Kimberly Hernandez said. , a resident of San Jose. .

City workers had been out all day picking up trash to maintain the area around the pier and beach.


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