Volunteer with Keep Austin Beautiful at the Lake Travis Cleanup or the Volunteer Appreciation Party at the Oasis.
We provide resources and education to engage citizens in building more beautiful communities.
Help us make Austin the cleanest, most beautiful community.
Join Keep Austin Beautiful for an information session about how you can become a Volunteer Site Leader with us.
Join Keep Austin Beautiful for Resource Giveaway Day! Open to the community Keep Austin Beautiful provides free materials to beautify individual’s homes and community spaces. Residents can pick up free soil, mulch, seeds, compost, and other gardening supplies. All items are first come first serve. Resource Giveaway Day is taking place at LBJ High School…
We are excited to announce the 2017 Keep Austin Beautiful Award Winners. This year’s awardees include students, individuals, community groups, and local businesses who have demonstrated a remarkable commitment to Austin’s vibrancy and serve as an inspiration for others.
Keep Austin Beautiful aims to provide support for our fellow Keep Texas Beautiful members and their surrounding communities during their recovery process. In communicating with Keep Houston Beautiful and gathering information from other leaders in the disaster recovery space, Keep Austin Beautiful will be collecting flood cleanup supplies to aid communities as they repair their homes, outdoor spaces, and other areas that help make neighborhoods great places to live and work.
The Georgia B. Lucas Grant Fund has donated $10,000 to Keep Austin Beautiful through Austin Community Foundation to continue work around Lady Bird Lake.
Keep Austin Beautiful is proud to announce that it has been awarded a grant of $10,00 by the Austin Community Foundation. The funds will be used to continue our work around Lady Bird Lake with our bi-monthly cleanup initiatives.
Keep Austin Beautiful is striving to engage more volunteers than ever in projects that serve areas in need. For the second year, Facebook Austin has answered the call to volunteer in our county-wide day of service, Keep Austin Beautiful Day.
By Rodney Ahart, Keep Austin Beautiful Executive Director
As Austin’s population continues to grow at a record rate, we face new challenges—and new opportunities—for protecting open spaces and engaging the communities who call Austin home. That’s why Keep Austin Beautiful is naming 2018 our “Year of Service,” with the goal of connecting diverse residents through community service projects that span the city.
Planting native trees is a gift that will keep giving to future generations, and Keep Austin Beautiful’s Adopt-a-Creek groups have planted more than 9,000 through Ready, Set, Plant!