KCB is made up of concerned people from all walks of life joined together to help the public become more aware and concerned about environmental issues. We do this by promoting stewardship of our communities through litter prevention, beautification, recycling and environmental education.

Happening at KCB

Forms Updated

Forms have been updated for the coming year: The Adopt-a-Mile Program application and information packet has been updated and available on our Forms Page. Find your mile and get your application in. Let’s make all of Cobb County litter free.   The 2016-2017 Associate Board Member Application has been updated and available for download. The […]

Comments Off on Forms Updated Continue Reading →

New Board for a New Year

Keep Cobb Beautiful will be taking July off for training and strategic planning. Please welcome our new Exec Board: Jeff Gross -Chair, Angela White -1st Vice Chair, Heather Evans – 2nd Vice Chair Shelley Hawley – returning Treasurer Erin Mulgrew – Secretary Also this week, we received a $1000 grant from Marathon Petroleum.

Comments Off on New Board for a New Year Continue Reading →

Great American Clean Up 2016 – Update

Drum Roll….Totals from our Community recycling event held at Jim Miller Park on 3/19: Metals/Electronics – 19,633 lbs Televisions/Monitors – 10,158 lbs Shredded Paper – 30,000+ lbs Paint – 2,491 Gallons Shoes/Clothing – 600+ lbs We had 29 volunteers to plant 19 trees @Palmer Middle School on 4/2.

Comments Off on Great American Clean Up 2016 – Update Continue Reading →

Cobb Trees – 19 Trees

Tree Planting at Palmer Middle School Keep Cobb Beautiful has partnered with Cobb Trees again to plant 19 trees at Palmer Middle School on Saturday April 2, 2016 starting at 9am.  

Comments Off on Cobb Trees – 19 Trees Continue Reading →

Shoe Recycling

Got shoes? We’ll take ’em! Cat Clinic of Cobb is collecting new and gently used shoes for Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue. Mostly Mutts is collecting gently worn shoes to help support micro enterprise programs in 26 underdeveloped nations. The second hand shoes are donated to Fund2Orgs who sends them to impoverished countries where they can […]

Comments Off on Shoe Recycling Continue Reading →