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Shoreline Sweeps: Protect the Locals

Saturday, August 27

Join Keep Abilene Beautiful and the City of Abilene Stormwater Services Division as we clean up Lake Kirby Park and Nature Play Area on August 27th at 9:00 am!  Keeping our waterways clean and healthy protects native wildlife and plants.

Register as an organization or as an individual. The first 100 registrants will receive a FREE t-shirt with our commemorative Protect the Locals design and a free sticker to display on your reusable water bottle.

Hey Students! Needing volunteer hours for your local club or team? This is THE event for back to school – helping the environment and getting some cool swag too!

What We Do


Improve the Quality of Life

We promote a clean and beautiful Abilene by keeping it litter-free and preserving our natural environment.

Volunteer Initiatives

Keep Abilene Beautiful encourages residents to take initiative at various volunteer opportunities. We also provide supplies to host your own cleanup event.

Adopt-A-Spot

We are proud to offer this program to all public, private, civic, neighborhood and school organizations.

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Making Us Better in 2020

Our Community Cleanup Results


1,834

volunteers

4,062

volunteer hours

184K

pounds of trash

121

trees planted

Contribute to our community

Keep Abilene Beautiful is a privately funded 501c3. Funding for this organization comes from contributing sponsors and competitive grants. We cherish our partner relationships and work to ensure goal alignment related to our mission.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Beautification”

We encourage tree planting and landscaping that shows Abilene at its best.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Litter Reduction”

Reduction of litter through community and neighborhood cleanups.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Environmental Education”

Supporting teachers and students with educational opportunities and grants.

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