Litter Prevention: KLB Spring Clean Up

Join us for a full week of keeping Lewisville Beautiful
May 13 through May 18, 2024


Save the dates!

We are doing things a little differently this year to host our Great American Cleanup, in partnership with Keep America Beautiful and Keep Texas Beautiful.

Keep Lewisville Beautiful will be conducting a week of cleanup events Monday, May 13 through Saturday, May 18 in place of our rained-out Spring Cleanup event. While we were unable to schedule a single-day event due to other community programming, we are looking forward to a full week of cleanups and keeping Lewisville beautiful.

There are three options to volunteer (you can choose one, or multiple options!):

  • Create your own cleanup on your own time the week of May 13-18. You can pick up supplies at the KLB office, get a location assigned (or keep your previously assigned location), and do a cleanup on a day that is most convenient for you/your group. We will host a dumpster onsite at the KLB office May 13-18 to dispose of your cleanup trash.


  •  Join KLB staff in the community on the dates below at some litter hotspot litter locations, and clean with KLB staff!
    • Register online to choose this option:
      • Monday, May 13: 2-4pm, meet at East Hill Park, near Castle Hills
      • Wednesday, May 15: 10am-12pm, meet at Home Depot (KLB Executive Director Birthday cleanup - we’ll celebrate with cupcakes afterwards!)
      • Friday, May 17: 9-11am, meet at the Oakbend Drive (old dollar theater location) for the DIRTIEST spot in town. We’ll need all hands-on deck for this ones.


  • Finally, you can join us May 18 for a mini-spring cleanup event and help us clean Old Town as well as surrounding greenspaces between 8:30am-12pm.
    • Register online to choose this option:
    • This date is also for volunteers to return all borrowed cleanup supplies to KLB from the weeklong event, grab a free volunteer t-shirt, goodies, and have a pizza party with KLB staff and board.
    • We will have a come and go volunteer pizza party 11am-12pm, as a thank you.
    • **register online by 5/15 to be included in the pizza headcount**


This is a great event for all ages, and is a great way to get your family, business, or organization involved.

Event Recycling and drop off:

In addition to cleaning up Lewisville, KLB is hosting a collection drive at the event for the following items to be recycled and reused.

  • Solar Eclipse Glasses, seeking undamaged glasses to be sent to partners who share them with teachers and students around the world
  • Plastic Bags for Bags to Benches collection, seeking clean and dry bags
  • Gently used books for our partner, Book Drive for Kids. They accept ALL books so long as they are not torn, water damaged, or annotated.
  • Used ink and toner cartridges to be recycled





2024 Donation Sponsors:

Six Flags Over Texas
WhoaZone Grapevine
Top Golf
Merlin Entertainment- Legoland
Merlin Entertainment- Sea Life Aquarium
Ripley's Believe it or Not!
Salvation Army of Lewisville

Contact Amy Wells if you would like to donate

2024 Donors/ Door Prize sponsor information:

Donate today! Contact the KLB office at 972-538-5949 or email

We encourage everyone to participate!

You will be proud of the difference it will make. Keep Lewisville Beautiful is a non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors whose mission is to empower the citizens of Lewisville through education to take a greater responsibility for enhancing their community. Keep Lewisville Beautiful (KLB) celebrates 34 years of organizing community residents and businesses to help clean up the city.

If you cannot make the SCU date, don’t feel left out! Organize your own clean up and call KLB with the details and we will try to see that you are recognized for your hard work. You can reach our office at 972-538-5949.

You can also donate to our event! More info on how to donate/support KLB programs HERE.


Litter doesn’t just appear; it is the result of careless attitudes and improper waste handling. People litter mainly because they feel no sense of ownership, even though areas such as parks are public properties. They believe someone else, such as a park maintenance or highway worker will pick up after them. The Spring Cleanup is about community pride and making our neighborhoods, streets, parks, and medians cleaner, greener, and more beautiful.