The annual Logan Martin Lake cleanup collects tons of refuse and trash from around the lake every year. The 2019 Cleanup dates will be March 30th through April 6th, 2019. If you have questions call Mike Riley at 205-531-2372.
Here’s how you can help:
- Sign up at one of our collection sites, (below) between 8 am and 12 noon on March 30th or April 6th to get supplies (gloves, t-shirts, Renew Our Rivers bags, etc.)
- Pick up trash along your shoreline or designated part of the lake.
- 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 – 4600 Martin St S, Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5701 firstname.lastname@example.org David & Kay Carboni 205-901-2234 Linda Ruethemann 205-902-1196 Deiter Ruethemann 205-531-8154
Clear Creek Marina – 270 Marina Dr, Talladega, AL 35160 (256) 268-9317 Back Porch Grill – (256) 268-0604 or Ben Robbins (205)-907-5091
Poor House Branch Marina – 7062 Stemley Rd. Talladega, AL 35160 Mike Morris (256) 268-2939 http://poorhousebranchmarina.com/
Riverside Marina – 230 Depot St., Riverside, AL 35135 or Mike Boyd 205-541-1571 or Cliff Early 205-338-4095 or 205-706-5141
Woods Surfside Marina – 37 Marina Dr., Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5533 https://www.woodssurfside.com/Mark or Zack
Pell City Lakeside Park 2801 Stemley Bridge Rd, Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 884-3030 https://pell-city.com/ – Charles Alexander (205) 913-6623 Dana Herren (205) 679-0746 Isabella Trussell (205) 884-41269
Caribe Club and Marina –84 Blue Eye Rd W, Lincoln, AL 35096 (205) 763-1478 Larry Davis 205-441-4172 Johnny Capps 205-531-5480 Tonja Ramey 205-763-4007
Coosa Island Marina 1052 Coosa Island Rd, Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5521 P-Kays at Coosa Island (205) 763-5401
Or Send E-Mail to: email@example.com
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.
A partnership between Alabama Power and those interested in keeping our waters clean.