Keep Jacksonville Beautiful (KJB)

Council Members Jim Love and Warren Jones and Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Chris Buckley today welcomed FIS as a new Adopt-A-Road group during an Adopt-A-Road ceremony. FIS has adopted Forest Street from Riverside Avenue to Stockton Street. On their first cleanup, they collected 19 bags of trash.The Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Commission is our local, grassroots affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, the nation's largest volunteer-based community action and education organization. Made up of volunteer representatives of the public, private and not-for-profit sectors appointed by the mayor of Jacksonville, the commission meets bi-monthly, with committees meeting separately on the months in between. The commission provides leadership and direction for the projects of Keep Jacksonville Beautiful and approves any expenditures necessary to make those projects possible. All meetings are open to the public.

Now Accepting Nominations

Keep Jacksonville Beautiful is now accepting applications for their annual organization, business, individual and school awards. Download the Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Awards application (PDF).

Mission Statement

To support community beautification, enhance community pride and improve the quality of life in Jacksonville through provision of outreach, educational activities and programming. Check out the Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Commission Calendar of Annual Projects & Events .

Sponsorship Program

Created in 2008, this program gives individuals, organizations and businesses an opportunity to contribute to a better Jacksonville.

Keep Jacksonville Beautiful: A Clean City Commission

Click here for more information about meeting dates and a committee members.