City of Jacksonville

Keep Jacksonville Beautiful (KJB)
Council Members Joyce Morgan and Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Chris Buckley today welcomed Resurrection Catholic School as a new Adopt-A-Road group during an Adopt-A-Road ceremony.
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The Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Commission is our local, grassroots affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, the nation's largest volunteer-based community action and education organization. Made up of volunteer representatives of the public, private and not-for-profit sectors appointed by the mayor of Jacksonville, the commission meets bi-monthly, with committees meeting separately on the months in between. The commission provides leadership and direction for the projects of Keep Jacksonville Beautiful and approves any expenditures necessary to make those projects possible. All meetings are open to the public.

Mission Statement

To support community beautification, enhance community pride and improve the quality of life in Jacksonville through provision of outreach, educational activities and programming. Check out the Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Commission Calendar of Annual Projects & Events.

Sponsorship Program

Created in 2008, this program gives individuals, organizations and businesses an opportunity to contribute to a better Jacksonville.

Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Awards 

The Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Commission (KJB) and the City of Jacksonville invite nominations for annual awards which celebrates individuals, organizations, businesses, and schools that have made strides to keep the city clean during the designated period. Learn more and download an application here.

Upcoming Events

Volunteers Needed for July 5th Beaches Cleanup 

The City of Jacksonville and Keep Jacksonville Beautiful will partner with the Beaches Sea Turtle Patrol for the annual July 5th Beaches Cleanup following the Independence Day holiday.
Last year, 158 volunteers invested 316 hours of their time to collect 229 bags, or 4,580 pounds of debris.
When: 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Where: Litter collection bags and gloves will be distributed to volunteers at the following locations:
  • Beach Boulevard at the ocean, Jacksonville Beach
  • 8th Avenue Noth at the ocean,  Jacksonville Beach
What: Volunteers will remove litter and debris along the shoreline, enhancing the beauty and safety of Jacksonville’s beaches.

Participants must be at least 18 or accompanied by an adult, should wear sturdy footwear and sun protection, and should bring their own drinking water.  The cleanups will only be cancelled in the event of inclement weather.

Advance registration is NOT required for the event.

For more information, call Keep Jacksonville Beautiful at (904) 255-8276.



Keep Jacksonville Beautiful: A Clean City Commission

Click here for more information about meeting dates and a commission members.

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