Keep Las Cruces Beautiful

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KLCB can supply trash bags, gloves, safety vests, and pick-up tools free of charge to any group or individual doing a voluntary clean-up. Supplies are available from 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday at Frank O’Brien Papen Community Center, 304 Bell. Ave. (near the corner of Bell Ave. & Linden Ave.). 

 Citywide Cleanups and Call for Volunteers

 Individual volunteers, groups, and civic organizations are invited to register for Cleanup Events throughout the year. 
 Keep Las Cruces Beautiful, the City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department, and New Mexico Clean and Beautiful programs will host annual Citywide Cleanups, which are a great opportunity to beautify Las Cruces. 
 Hundreds of volunteers participate each year to collect litter at parks, schools, streets, and business properties during the Citywide Cleanup campaign.
 In past years, more than 1,000 volunteers from local groups and organizations have collected more than 16 tons of litter during the annual event. The Citywide Cleanups are  organized locally by KLCB and is a statewide initiative in partnership with New Mexico True.

All volunteers are encouraged to call 575/528-4506, or email for information to sign up.

Adopt a Spot

You are encouraged to take part in this exciting and Keep Las Cruces Beautiful Sign in the dirt at a parkinnovative program by adopting a portion of your neighborhood. From business districts to your own block, beautification and maintenance of your own spot can only benefit your community. Check out program information and sign up.

Libby the Green Dog

KLCB collaborates with Las Cruces Public Schools and the City of Las Cruces to bring Libby the Green Dog as an ambassador to educate youth in controlling litter, recycling, beautification, and reporting graffiti. Libby visits with classrooms in various schools to teach kids how to recycle and ways to prevent illegal dumping.