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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.
|Main Street - Lakeview to Hickory Creek||The Holland Family|
|Overly Drive - I-35 to Prince Drive||The Flores Family|
|S. Lake Dallas - Carlisle to Main St.||www.lakedallaswildlife.org|
|S. Lake Dallas - Main St. to Hundley Dr.||www.lakedallaswildlife.org|
|Fluterby Garden at City Park||Cub Scout Pack 60|
|Community Park||Girl Scout Troop 6218|
|Falcon Drive||LDMS Student Council|
|Hundley - Shady Shores to Lakeview Dr.||LDMS Student Council|
|Main Street - Downtown||Lake Dallas City Council|
|Main Street - Thompson to Lakeview||Lakeview Marina|
|River Oaks Park||The Cline Family|
|Shady Shores - Hundley Dr. to Overly Dr.||Andi & Dan Nolan|
|Shady Shores - Overly Dr. to Swisher Rd.||Skyway Financial Group|
|Shady Shores - Main St. to Hundley Dr.||The Gordon Family|
|Shady Shores Rd. - Swisher to Silktree||Montserrat Jesuit Retreat|
|Swisher - Shady Shores East to Bridge||The McCann Family|
|Swisher - Shady Shores Rd. West to Rail||LCMUA|
|Thousand Oaks Park||LDHS Student Council|
|Willow Grove Park||LDHS Student Council|
|Welcome to Lake Dallas Monument Sign||Friends of the Lake Cities Area Buzz|
City of Lake Dallas Responsibilities
- Approve adoption of a Lake Dallas roadway or park.
- Post the Keep Lake Dallas Beautiful Adopt-a-Spot sign noting the adoptee’s name after the 2nd clean-up report has been received.
- Provide safety training and tools to organization’s group leaders.
- Remove filled trash bags from roadside and dispose of properly.
- Provide guidance and a course of action pursuant to beautification projects.
- Monitor compliance with Adopt-A-Spot program terms.
- Conduct a clean-up of the adopted area 6 times per year.
- Group supervisor must attend safety training prior to 1st clean up.
- Provide adult supervision for volunteers 15 years of age and younger.
- No mowing or painting on your spot. Planting is permitted on if it approved by City.
- Place trash bags under Adopt-A-Spot sign for collection.
- Submit a follow-up report the KLDB Staff Liaison after each clean up and include the number of volunteers present and trash bag count.
- Trash bags and safety vests are available from City Hall if requested.
For More Information
If you are interested in adopting one of the open spots, please contact Daniel Rusnak at 940-497-2226 ext. 403, or by email.