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2009 Keep Pinellas Beautiful-Clam Bayou Cleanup

Clam Bayou is an estuary that receives stormwater runoff and debris from a large urbanized area. Keep Pinellas Beautiful has been working with government agencies and communities to help restore th...
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Old Tampa Bay

Old Tampa Bay is one of the largest watersheds in Pinellas County.  It encompasses many different subbasins such as Allen’s Creek, Alligator Creek and Alligator Lake, Bishop Creek, Long Branch, and Roosevelt Creek.  The discharge from this watershed combines with the discharge from the Tarpon Bypass Canal and forms the open water portion of this watershed, spanning from Oldsmar to the North down past the Bayside and Howard Frankland Bridges, past Feathersound to the Gandy Bridge in St Petersburg. 
Because of its geographical location, the estuarine portion of Old Tampa Bay gets very little water circulation and therefore often suffers from low dissolved oxygen.

Eagle Lake Park

Phillippe Park

R.E. Olds Park