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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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Clearwater Harbor

The Clearwater Harbor Watershed is bounded on the north by the Honeymoon Island Causeway and on the south by the Indian Rocks Bridge.  The total watershed area is 37.2 square miles. Land use is mostly urban, consisting of high-density residential development. Many small sub-watersheds in the northwestern region of Pinellas County drain into Clearwater Harbor, including Stevenson’s Creek and Rattlesnake Creek. Water quality is generally good; however some tributaries and areas within the watershed have poor water quality. Water quality is expected to remain stable based upon predicted growth and development within the Clearwater harbor Watershed.

Hammock Park
Honeymoon Island State Park
Caladesi Island State Park
Clearwater Marine Aquarium