Keep Loudoun Beautiful Area Leaders

Cleanup volunteers

Being a KLB area leader is a great way to get involved in your community and keep your neighborhood streets and open spaces free of litter. As a KLB area leader, these will be your main responsibilities:

  • To assist Keep Loudoun Beautiful (KLB) by coordinating the cleanup of locations in their responsible area
  • Monitor the roads and report any extremely littered areas and illegal dumps
  • Recruiting volunteers, overseeing clean up activities and reporting results using our online form
  • While needed throughout the year, a special emphasis on cleanup activities in April is encouraged, to coincide with Earth Day. 

Area Leaders are always needed and areas may have more than one leader. To find out more and/or become an area leader, please email us at info@keeploudounbeautiful.org.

Our Promise to KLB Area Leaders

We are volunteers organizing volunteers to keep Loudoun and our planet beautiful. For almost 50 years, we have gotten the know-how of cleanups and will do our best to help you keeping your area clean and healthy for you, your family, and wildlife. We can also help you get volunteers in case you need them!

Every year, we organize an Area Leader’s luncheon in appreciation of all your hard work along the year.  We also provide (at NO COST FOR YOU) all supplies you will need for your cleanups. 

Becoming a KLB Area Leader is a very rewarding activity and a great opportunity to give back to your community and our beloved planet. We are waiting for you to join! If you have any question or comments, we would be happy to hear from you at: info@keeploudounbeautiful.org

KLB Area Leaders (AKA Our Hero Leaders :D)

We rely on volunteers to be vigilant all around the county. We are specially in need of volunteers covering new urbanized areas or areas without any volunteers. If taking care of our planet is a cause close to your heart, please don’t hesitate in joining us. Our planet has taken care of us for a long time…It’s time to return the favor!

  • Aldie: Eboni Brown 
  • Aldie-Willowsford Greens:
  • Aldie-Willowsford Grove:
  • Arcola: Carrie-Anne Mosley
  • Ashburn-Brambleton: Richard Stone 
  • Ashburn- Broadlands: Diana Weber
  • Ashburn Farm: Mariella Calderon
  • Ashburn-Goose Creek Village: Christian Bongard
  • Ashburn – Potomac Farms: Carol Barbe
  • Ashburn Village: Brenda MacEoin 
  • Ashburn-Willowsford-Grange:
  • Ashburn-Willowsford-Grant:
  • Belmont: Brian Pancia
  • Bloomfield/Willsville: Flora Hillman & O.Snyder 
  • Bluemont: Peter Weeks
  • Cascades & Lowes Island: Richard Woodrum 
  • Countryside: Loretta deLamare
  • Creighton Farms/Watson Rd area: Griff Harrison
  • Evergreen Mills: Randy Duncan
  • Hamilton (Town & area): John Unger
  • Hillsboro: Judy Klinedinst 
  • Hillsboro Town: Mark Ware
  • Lansdowne: Jennifer Kachadorian 
  • Leesburg Historic Selma Est: Alicia Groncki
  • Leesburg-NE- Red Rock:
  • Leesburg-NW- Beacon Hill: DeAnna Burke
  • Leesburg-SE- Heritage: Chad T. Green
  • Leesburg-SW-Woodburn:
  • Leesburg-Town: Jennifer Chu
  • Lenah:
  • Lincoln: Dave Testa
  • Lovettsville:  
  • Lucketts-East: Pam Bove
  • Lucketts-West: Scott Wallace
  • Middleburg: Rebecca Poston
  • Morrisonville: Sandy Simmer 
  • Mt. Gilead: Amy Orr 
  • Neersville: Millie Gallahan
  • North Fork: Jim Cross
  • Paeonian Springs: Gus Kearney
  • Philomont:
  • Purcellville: Clay Grisius 
  • Round Hill: Dave Ferguson 
  • Silcott Springs: Linda Treese 
  • South Riding-North: Eboni Brown 
  • South Riding-South: Carrie-Anne Mosley
  • Sterling-Broad Run Farms: Rob Gehrke
  • Sterling – Cardinal Glen:
  • Sterling Park: Kevin Chroninger 
  • Sterling – Oak Grove:
  • Sterling – Richland Acres:
  • Sterling – Seneca Ridge:
  • Sterling – Sugarland Run: Jimmy O’Connor
  • Taylorstown: Tami Carlow 
  • Unison: Lucy Bernstein
  • Waterford: Nick Ratcliffe