Keep Lake Dallas Beautiful
To engage and educate Lake Dallas residents to volunteer with the goals of removing litter, cleaning public parks and beautifying green spaces.
Areas of Focus
- Clean – removing litter from neighborhoods, public roads, lakes and public spaces
- Beautify – building vibrant sustainable neighborhoods by empowering residents to beautify and restore public spaces.
- Recycle – cultivating waste reduction practices in order to divert waste from landfills.
- Educate – leading presentations, service-learning projects, and awareness campaigns to nurture environmental consciousness.
- Recognize – honoring the most outstanding environmental efforts of individuals, schools, and organizations.
Keep Lake Dallas Beautiful (KLDB) is a proud affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful, an organization with a mission to educate and engage Texans to take responsibility for improving their community environment through programming and education addressing 3 focus areas including:
- Litter abatement
- Waste reduction
The Adopt-a-Spot Program is part of Keep Lake Dallas Beautiful. It's a program focused on both litter abatement and beautification. Families, along with service and civic organizations, have adopted parks and stretches of roadway throughout the city accepting the goal to keep those areas beautiful and free of litter. Click the link above to learn how you can get involved.
Safely dispose of unwanted junk that is cluttering up your home, garage or yard. Just present a valid driver’s license or utility bill to show that you are a Lake Dallas resident (no businesses please). Hazardous household waste and construction materials are not permitted. Visit the link above for dates, times, and a more comprehensive list of accepted items.
We invite you to join us for the largest one-day cleanup event in the state of Texas! The Trash-Off serves as Texas’ signature event for the Great American Cleanup, the nation's largest community improvement program. During this event, volunteers help beautify the community by clearing designated areas of litter and debris. Click the link above for full details about this event.
Click on the image below to find out how you help to reverse litter!