Thank you to everyone who registered for our first ever Watershed Beach Pass this year! Even during a summer as odd as this one, we saw members of our community explore some incredible beaches around the watershed. Whether you thanked a lifeguard at Westboro, biked to an unfamiliar beach, or took a selfie at Constance Bay, we all had an incredible time hearing from you and seeing your amazing photos. Thanks for making our summer a success!
We want to hear from you about your Beach Pass experience! Let us know what your summer of beaches was like, and how Beach Pass factored in. Plus, how do you think we could improve the pass next year? Were there activities that were too hard to complete? Was something missing from the pass? Let us know in this survey.
Leave no trash
Use reusable containers and leave no trash behind.
Tag us in a beach selfie
Leave your car at home
Walk, bike, run or take public transit to your beach instead of driving.
Get in the water
Get in the water to at least your waist. Swim, wade, or just splash around!
Thank a lifeguard
Thank a lifeguard for keeping swimmers safe.
Check water quality
Check the water quality at your beach using Swim Guide!
Visit a new beach
Visit a beach you’ve never gone to before by using Swim Guide to find a new one.
Find 5 plants or animals
Spot 5 different animal and/or plant species at one beach!
Send us a beach photo
Send us a photo of the beach you’re visiting; and if there’s not already a photo of it on Swim Guide, this square counts double!
Visit 3 beaches
Summer hat trick: visit three different beaches.
Bonus: Call our Pollution Hotline at 1-888-9KEEPER to report anything strange you see on the river.