Keep Newton Beautiful
Newton County's District Commissioners, the Newton County Bicentennial Committee, and Keep Newton Beautiful are hosting a series of Service Days in our community. The Service Days will feature roadside litter cleanup events in each Commission District. Participants will pick up free t-shirts and cleanup supplies at staging locations and then go out to targeted areas to pick up litter.
RESCHEDULED Bicentennial Service Day District 1 Cleanup--Saturday, June 26, 2021
REGISTRATION EXTENDED THROUGH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23!
The District 1 Cleanup will kick off at Alcovy High School at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 12. Targeted cleanup areas include Pickett Bridge Road (between Highway 162 and Highway 212), Campbell Road, County Road 213, Highway 142, and Highway 162.
Group leaders will need to complete registration packets. (Groups may be any size. Individuals may sign up on their own.) All participants will need to complete a health survey and release forms. Group leaders and individuals signing up on their own (not as part of a group) will need to send in registration forms by June 23 so that volunteers can pre-pack t-shirts and cleanup supplies for everyone in the group. They should bring completed health surveys and release forms for each person in their groups to the Westside Precinct on June 12 when they pick up their supplies. If they are meeting their groups at alternate cleanup locations, it is acceptable to take forms there, get participants to sign, and turn in completed forms when the cleanup event is over.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770-784-2015.
As an affiliate of Keep Georgia Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful, Keep Newton Beautiful
(KNB) provides environmental education in our community.
KNB participates in the community in the following ways:
- KNB works on projects focusing on litter prevention, beautification, recycling, and water pollution prevention.
- KNB staff and volunteers visit schools with puppet shows and other educational programs, speak at club and organizational meetings, and participate in festivals and expos.
- KNB also sponsors cleanups and recycling events throughout the year.
- KNB relies on government and grant funding, private contributions, and volunteer participation.
To challenge, motivate, and inspire everyone to take responsibility for a clean and beautiful community
The Newton County Board of Commissioners has recently hired workers to pick up litter along roadsides in our community.
See video: https://youtu.be/yezSl_Hl6bk
If you would like to help by cleaning up roadside litter in your area, please contact us at email@example.com or 770-784-2015 to request trashbags, gloves, and vests.
If your family, neighborhood, church, scout, club, fraternity/sorority, school group, etc. would like to Adopt a Mile, please contact us.
Please help us spread the word about the importance of keeping our community clean!
- Remind your family and friends to always dispose of trash properly.
- Bag your trash securely so that it doesn't blow in the wind.
- Cover loads in the back of your pickup truck with a tarp.
- Report litter and illegal dumping.
- Keep your home and work place free of litter.
Free Paper Shred Event: Monday, November 15
Report Littering & Illegal Dumping
Call 911 if you witness anyone littering or dumping. Many residents are hesitant to call 911, but doing so allows your complaint to be registered in the system and is the recommended and proper way to report.
Send a Message
You can Send a Message to KNB if you have any questions or concerns.