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.
Texas Arbor Day Tree Planting
Friday, November 3 | Corner of S. Anderson and E. Kiber St. | 8:00am
Angleton Parks and Recreation department plants trees annually to help remove harmful pollutants from the air, reduce storm water runoff and erosion, promote habitats for wildlife, provide screening for major roadways, reduce the urban heat island effect, and beautifying the tree canopy throughout the community. Trees for Houston has graciously donated a variety of trees for us to plant at the corner of S. Anderson Street and E. Kiber Street. Volunteers are welcomed to support our event and parking will be available across the street at the Officer Cash Memorial Dog Park.
Saturday, November 4 | 1601 N. Valderas | 8:00 to 11:00am
We are partnering with Waste Connections and other specialized waste and recycling services for Angleton residents to dispose of heavy trash items, tires, electronics, paper documents, latex paint, aerosol cans, from 8 to 11am. Additionally, volunteers are needed to support the community cleanup portion of this event from 7 to 9am. For additional information contact Jason O’Mara email@example.com or call (979) 849-4364 extension 5104.
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 $10 per roll or $40 per box, with four rolls per box.
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.
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 quarterly in March, June, September, and Deccember. Classes are conducted via Facebook Live on the second Tuesday of the month at 6 pm on the Keep Angleton Beautiful Facebook page. For more information contact Jason O'Mara, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 979.849.4364 ext. 5104.
TxDOT Green Ribbon Project
The TxDOT Green Ribbon Project aims to improve the visual character of TxDOT right-of-ways and highway corridors while minimizing the negative impacts of air pollution through the 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 Jason O'Mara, email@example.com, or call 979.849.4364 ext.5104.