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Earth Month

The City of Coral Gables in collaboration with the Coral Gables Sustainability Advisory Board is celebrating Earth Month in April 2020 with a series of events highlighting the importance of natural resource conservation and environmental preservation. For more information on the City’s environmental initiatives, please visit or call 305-460-5008.

  • Saturday, March 28th (8:30pm-9:30pm): Turn Off the Lights for Earth Hour. The City of Coral Gables is encouraging its residents, businesses, and visitors to participate in their own way at home in the international Earth Hour event taking place on Saturday March 28th from 8:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Held every year on the last Saturday of March, Earth Hour engages millions of people in more than 180 countries and territories, switching off their lights at home or their place of business to show support for our planet.  We encourage everyone to share their Earth Hour story on social media (Twitter, Instagram and Facebook) by tagging @cityofcoralgables and using the hashtag #EarthHour.  Please visit for more information.
  • Saturday, April 18th (9am-12pm):  Baynanza Biscayne Bay Cleanup Event at Matheson Hammock Park and other locations throughout the County. Visit and click on Baynanza for more information and to register to volunteer. (The Baynanza 2020 event has been postponed and a new date will be announced at a later time. Please visit the County's website for future details on the event).

  • Saturday, April 18th (9am-12pm): Coral Gables Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event: City Hall Parking Lot (405 Biltmore Way). The event is free. Please visit for more information. (The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event has been postponed in an abundance of caution due to COVID-19. A new event date will be selected in the near future)

  • Thursday, April 23 (6:00pm-8:00pm)Join the City of Coral Gables and Florida International University at the Coral Gables  Museum for an evening of dialogue focused on where South Florida gets our drinking water, how water travels through the City of Coral Gables, and the potential impacts on Biscayne Bay. (This event has been postponed in an abundance of caution due to COVID-19. A new event date will be selected in the near future) 

Be Environmentally-Friendly Year Round with the following Tips to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Coral Gables Green Business Recognition Program. For more information, please visit

Please click here for tips that you can do everyday to help reduce your carbon footprint at home, at work/school, and/or on the road.