Maintain the natural beauty and visual quality of Loudoun County
Encourage and educate citizens to keep Loudoun beautiful.
Promote public awareness of environmental challenges and common-sense solutions, like
Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling.
Improve county trash disposal and eliminate illegal dumping.
Lend a Hand
You can help keep Loudoun County beautiful by becoming a supporter, and through these hands-on
volunteer opportunities:

2017 Cleanup Campaign
Starting each Spring, caring citizens clean up roadsides, streams and other public areas throughout the
county. Thousands of volunteers pick up litter along hundreds of miles of roads and waterways...and in
the process recycle plastic, glass, metals, paper, tires, and electronics.  In 2016, KLB collected 246
bags of recycling, 615 bags of trash, 163 tires, and a bunch of other bulky recycling and trash; litter that
is no longer negatively impacting property values and tourism as well as polluting and harming
Loudoun, our waterways, and us.

If you would like to lend a hand in your area, contact your
Area Leader or visit the Watershed Cleanup

Environmental Education
Keep Loudoun Beautiful volunteers actively promote public awareness of the issues affecting our
environment.  A Speakers Bureau provides programs for schools and community groups. Essay, poster
and t-shirt contests encourage children's environmental awareness.

Environmental Advocacy
Keep Loudoun Beautiful representatives encourage reducing, reusing, recycling, pollution control and
other environmental protection measures through various community committees.  Members also help
monitor local, county and state enforcement of anti-litter and pollution ordinances.
Loudoun County's beauty is not simply
in the eye of the beholder...
It's in our hands as well.
KLB has been serving
Loudoun County
communities and
protecting our
environment since
Upcoming Litter Cleanup Events

Come on out for some Spring cleaning as KLB will be holding litter cleanup events all across
Loudoun starting in March, 2017.  Check the
Area Leader Events page as well as the
Watershed Cleanups page for opportunities to make a difference this year.  The Goose
Creek cleanup has been cancelled since both the original date (May 6) and the backup date
(May 13) are washouts due to current and for
ecasted heavy rains, but stay tuned for a
replacement cleanup for Goose Creek sometime in June if all the logistics get worked-out.

We've also added some citizen-led, KLB-supported litter cleanups on our Events page.  See
you soon and thank you for caring about your community and planet!