Lake Cleanup

The annual Logan Martin Lake cleanup collects tons of refuse and trash from around the lake every year. The 2018 Cleanup dates will be March 17th through March 24th 2018.  If you have questions call Mike Riley at 205-531-2372.

Here’s how you can help:

  1. Sign up at one of our collection sites, (below) between 8 am and 12 noon on March 17th or March 24th to get supplies (gloves, t-shirts, Renew Our Rivers bags, etc.)
  2. Pick up trash along your shoreline or designated part of the lake.
  3. Return the full bags and trash to the collection site. Please don’t put lake trash in the city or county containers.

Collection Sites and Contacts

Call these folks for help or more information:

Lakeside Landing – David & Kay Carboni 205-901-2234                                                             Linda Ruethemann 205-902-1196                                                                                               Deiter Ruethemann 205-531-8154

Clear Creek Marina – Sam Marston 205-914-8895  (17th)                                                      Jacqueline and Dennis Searcy 205-541-2442 (24th)

Poor House Branch Marina – Robert Tyler 205-910-2234

Riverside Marina – Mike Boyd 205-541-1572                                                                       Cliff Early 205-338-4095 or 205-706-5141

Woods Surfside Marina – Dawn & Jeff Lovell (17th) 205-753-617                               Mark or Zack 205-525-5533

Pell City Civic Center – Wayne Wilcox 205-515-9850                                                                Ashley Thomas 205-338-1913

Caribe Club and Marina (New) –Larry Davis 205-441-4172                                    Johnny Capps 205-531-5480                                                                                                        Tonja Ramey 205-763-4007

Or Send E-Mail to:

 More information

Renew our Rivers – Alabama Power
Renew Our Rivers has grown from a single river cleanup event in Gadsden to a nationally recognized campaign that includes Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and the Florida panhandle, six river systems and brings together more than 10,000 volunteers.

Renew Our Rivers Community Site

A partnership between Alabama Power and those interested in keeping our waters clean.