OCEAN CITY, MARYLAND – (September 28, 2015): The Town of Ocean City is looking for volunteers for the Ocean City Dune Patrol. These volunteers will be assigned specific dune areas to help keep the dune area clean of trash and debris, and inspect the integrity of the fences, crossovers and vegetation.
“They are our eyes on the front-line,” said Town of Ocean City Environmental Engineer Gail Blazer. “We are looking for a dedicated group of individuals who take the time to clean up the dune areas and keep them in presentable condition so that all can enjoy the beach.”
The volunteer efforts by the Dune Patrol are a valuable asset to the Ocean City community. The Patrol, which performs clean-ups according to their own schedule and availability, are essential in keeping the dunes healthy and stabilized.
If you want to join the Dune Patrol or need more information call the Town of Ocean City’s Environmental Engineer Gail Blazer, at (410) 289-8825.