Keep Angleton Beautiful

Keep Angleton Beautiful is led by a City Council-approved board and its mission is to empower Angleton citizens through education to take responsibility for enhancing Angleton's environment.

Our vision is to make Angleton, Texas, the most beautiful and environmentally responsible place in Texas, one person at a time.

We hope to achieve this with a three-point emphasis on beautification, litter reduction and prevention, and solid waste (landfill) reduction/recycling.

  1. Kyle Livesay

    Assistant Director of Parks & Recreation

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Keep Angleton Beautiful Newsletter

Stay up to date on the most recent Keep Angleton Beautiful Commission programs, events, and projects by subscribing to our monthly newsletter!  If you're not subscribed currently and would like to be on the email list, please email Kyle Livesay at to be added to our email distribution list.  Check out this month's newsletter here!

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Sponsorship Catalog

Angleton Parks and Recreation Department features numerous parks, trails, athletic facilities, gardens, and the Angleton Recreation Center. These amenities, coupled with City-sponsored special events and programs, are some of the things that make Angleton a great place to live, work, play, and retire! By taking advantage of sponsorship opportunities with the Parks and Recreation Department and Keep Angleton Beautiful, your business will be able to maximize exposure to the residents of Angleton and show community support. With a variety of sponsorship levels available, there are opportunities for businesses of any size. Please take the time to review all sponsorship opportunities the Angleton Parks and Recreation Department offers throughout the year. Click here to view the 2022 Sponsorship Catalog.

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Keep Angleton Beautiful Memberships

Keep Angleton Beautiful members make a direct investment in the program KAB provides for the Angleton community. Join us today - YOU play a vital role in our efforts to create a clean, vibrant, beautiful Angleton. Memberships are received on an annual basis. To apply click here.

$25 Bee Balm

  • KAB membership sticker and other goodies to identify you as part of Team KAB
  • Personal investment in making Angleton cleaner and more beautiful
  • Subscription to monthly KAB e-newsletter (print copy available upon request)

$50 Coneflower

  • Includes benefits of Bee Balm level, plus
  • Packet of North Texas Wildflower seeds
  • Early, members-only registration for a free tree through the annual Arbor Day Tree Giveaway and Butterfly Seed Ball in April

$100 Lavender

  • Includes benefits of Coneflower level, plus
  • KAB reusable bag or KAB t-shirt (your choice)
  • Top recognition in the KAB newsletter, KAB annual report, and KAB's annual appreciation ad
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Don't Mess With Texas Trash Bags

Keep Angleton Beautiful offers heavy-duty 33x40 Don't Mess with Texas trash bags. These bags are designed for brush, leaves, mulch and other yard projects. Trash bags are available for purchase at the Angleton Recreation Center. Trash bags are $7 per roll or $28 per box, there are four rolls per box.

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Yard & Business of the Month

April through October, the KAB board members pick one residence and one business each month to honor for their commitment to beautifying Angleton, one yard at a time. 

Submissions can be done by emailing Kyle Livesay,

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Litter Reduction & Prevention

Annual Spring Clean-Up

Are you looking for a way to declutter and properly dispose of items in your home? Mark your calendars for this April as our Keep Angleton Beautiful group brings back our annual Spring Cleanup. This is a drive-thru and drop-off event. See below for accepted items. For the most recent event flyer, click here.

  • Facility: Angleton Junior High Parking Lot (1201 E. Henderson)
  • Dates: Saturday, April 2, 2022
  • Time: 8:00AM - 12:00 PM
  • Fee: Free to the public

Items Accepted: Heavy trash, large brush & yard waste, eyeglasses, old US & Texas flags, off-rim tires (Car & Light Truck Only; Limit 8 Per Household), paper shredding (5 File boxes per car), and car batteries (Non-Leaking Lead Acid).

Electronics Accepted: Televisions, computers, cellphones & telephones, telecommunication systems, DVD/CD/VCR players, radio/stereo equipment, cables & wires, gaming consoles, tablets & PDAs, and GPS equipment.

Items Not Accepted: Household appliances, household chemicals, used oil, furniture, untreated paint, and clothing.

Tree Giveaway: Trees will be available to community members for planting while supplies last. 


Arbor Day Tree and Butterfly Seed Ball Giveaway

Trees for Houston has graciously donated 500, 5-gallon trees. Trees for Houston plants, protects, and promotes tens of thousands of trees throughout the greater Houston region annually. Their simple and focused mission gives them the unique ability to work with and donate trees to hundreds of community partners. We will also be giving away butterfly seed balls which are a combination of butterfly milkweed seeds and Texas wildflowers. Area residents are welcome to stop by the Angleton Recreation Center to pick up a tree and butterfly seed ball while supplies last! Residency is not required.

  • Facility: Angleton Recreation Center
  • Dates: Friday, April 29, 2022
  • Time: 8:00 AM
  • Fee: Free to the public
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Green Seminar Series 

The Green Garden Seminar series promotes best practices in home garden development and management. The programs will be instructed by Brazoria County AgriLife Horticulture Agents and Brazoria County Master Gardener experts. Topics will include topics such as building a raised garden bed, landscape water conservation, as well as other selected home gardening and conservation practices. Classes are held monthly between February and November. Classes are conducted via Facebook Live on the second Tuesday of each month at 6 pm on the Keep Angleton Beautiful Facebook page. For more information contact Kyle Livesay,, or call 979.849.4364 ext. 5104.

TxDOT Green Ribbon Project

The purpose of the TxDOT Green Ribbon Project is to improve the visual character of TxDOT right-of-ways and highway corridors while minimizing negative impacts of air pollution through planting of trees and other vegetation.  The City of Angleton has submitted two projects for consideration.  One includes reforestation on SH288, FM 523, and Loop 274 right-of-ways and another includes vegetation in place of sod under the crepe myrtles on Loop 274.  For more information regarding TxDOT Green Ribbon Projects, please contact Kyle Livesay,, or call 979.849.4364 ext.5104.

2021 Project Submission

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