Clean Streams

2023 SPRING EVENT: Saturday, May 20

370 Lakeside Park at the Corporate Pavilion

Registration for the 2023 Spring Clean Streams Day Event is closed.

Clean Stream Day

May 20, 2023

Check-In Time

8 a.m. (no earlier)


370 Lakeside Park, 1000 Lakeside Park Drive, at the Corporate Pavilion

Clean Stream Details

Volunteers will clean portions of Spencer Creek and tributaries to Dardenne Creek. Volunteers should dress appropriately for the weather; long pants and boots are recommended. No flip-flops! The volunteer check-in process will begin at 8 a.m. During this time, volunteers can enjoy free donuts and juice while everyone is checking in. Safety instructions will follow at 8:30 a.m., and then volunteers will be sent out to their cleaning locations. Volunteers will be provided with gloves and trash bags. Volunteers will be required to provide their own transportation to the creek sites. Volunteers will return to 370 Lakeside Park at 11 a.m. for a free hot dog lunch.


The event is free, but pre-registration is required. Register online for Clean Streams Day. If you have any questions, call us at 636-477-6600, ext. 1207.

You can choose the creek segment you'd like to clean! You will be able to choose online from an overall listing of creek segments, which are grouped by level of difficulty to clean. When you fill out the volunteer registration form, you can enter the segment number for the portion of the creek that you'd like to clean. View the "Pick Your Creek Segment" tab below for more information!

Check-In Details

Volunteers are asked to check in at the registration table when they arrive, but no earlier than 8 a.m. For those members participating with a group (such as Scouts or a school club), we ask you to check in with your group leader instead; and then the leader will check you in as one group at the registration table. After checking in, volunteers can enjoy free refreshments while everyone is arriving. Before departure to the assigned streams, volunteers will be given safety instructions.


Volunteers will be treated to donuts, juice and water in the morning during the check-in process. After volunteers return from cleaning, they will be welcomed back with a free hot dog, chips and a drink, provided by the City of St. Peters. And as always, volunteers will receive a free Missouri Stream Team shirt provided by Missouri Department of Conservation.

Special Notice to Clean Streams Volunteers

Portions of some stream segments have been marked and flagged by surveyors to prepare for stream improvement projects. Please do not move or remove any surveying stakes or flags that you find in a creek. Removing these markers can delay projects and cause confusion to contractors.

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