BP dispatches crews to help clean up oil remnants pushed ashore by the storm.
Clean up crews were called to Gulf Shores, Alabama Wednesday after small tar balls began washing up on the beach.
"Somebody needs to clean it up. They can't get it all, but unfortunately the spill happened. We hope it does not happen again. We need to try and clean up the mess we made," said tourist Don Houghton.
Visitors say they expected to see the clean up crews on the beach and so did city officials.
It's part of the agreement with BP.
"We do have ADEM on our side they are on BP. BP is back on the beach cleaning up the beaches. We want to make sure anytime material comes ashore we will clean it up," said Grant Brown with the City of Gulf Shoes.