We believe in the shared responsibility to build and maintain clean, green, healthy and beautiful spaces for our families and generations to come. This is why we do what we do, and why we invite committed people like you to participate in our activities and support our programs. 

There are many ways to support Keep Loudoun Beautiful! If you are interested in volunteering in Northern Virginia, look no further! We organize events spring (late March-May) and fall (August-October) that support environmental conservation in Loudoun County. Are you looking to donate to a Loudoun County Nonprofit? You can contribute here!

Our Mission:

Keep Loudoun Beautiful is a local nonprofit headquartered in Loudoun County, Virginia. Our mission is to maintain a safe, clean, and healthy environment in Loudoun through educational outreach, litter prevention, and cleanups. Our efforts include:

  • Encouraging and educating citizens to keep Loudoun beautiful
  • Promoting public awareness of environmental challenges and common-sense solutions, like Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling
  • Improving county trash disposal and eliminating illegal dumping

About KLB…

Come grab some food and drinks with us at Spanky’s Shenanigans in Leesburg on April 13th! Spanky’s is generously donating 10% of all food and beverage sales to KLB!

Welcome Spring cleanups of 2024!

There are lots of opportunities for you to volunteer with our area leaders and other group cleanups. Keep an eye on our events page for details. Cleanups began March 5th and go into June.


If you have sent an email to Keep Loudoun Beautiful and it was from an LCPS email I am unable to write you back. Every time I email an LCPS.org email address I get this reply.

“Your message wasn’t delivered because the recipient’s email provider rejected it.”

So please, if you are a teacher or a student and you have emailed us in the pat 20 days and did not get a response it’s because I can’t. You will need to use an email address that is not LCPS.org.

Thank you

Congratulations to our winners of the RSEF contest:

1st place earning $300-

Utilizing Biochar from Pyrolyzed Biosoilds and Mycelium for Sustainable Concretes

By: Akhilesh Tammana and Leila Ware

2nd place earning $200-

The Effect of Zophobas Morio on Breaking Down Polystyrene in Different Environments in the Pursuit of a New Waste Mediation System

by Olivia Cohn- Tuscarora HS

3rd place earning $100-

Polystyrene Digestion Effects on Superworms Nutritional Value

by Aidan Floyd and Zain Khan

Green Tips for everyday life

Loudoun County’s beauty is not simply in the eye of the beholder…It’s in our hands as well. Here you will find simple ideas you can adopt that will help you to reduce your ecological footprint everyday.

 Learn more…