Got spring fever? We sure do, and we want to help cure your winter blues with a springtime challenge.


March 21 – June 21, 2021

We challenge individuals, families, and “quaranteams” to clean up their local neighborhood, common space, or greenspace in The Great American Cleanup between March 21 and June 21. Through this national grassroots campaign hosted by Keep America Beautiful, we will be able to provide trash bags, gloves, masks, and other equipment to help you conduct a litter cleanup in a local spot special to you. Snap a photo of your cleanup, share it with us, and you will be eligible to win a prize.


Registration is closed for the season.

Contact Nikki Belmonte with any questions at


At Keep Roswell Beautiful, we make lofty goals because we have loyal volunteers. And since we’re growing, we are on the lookout for new people to join in! Come help us make a difference in our community.


Help us get the word out about Keep Roswell Beautiful. Connect your family, friends, neighbors, and organizations with our mission to make Roswell a cleaner and greener place to live.


Financial contributions are always welcome. We use these funds to purchase tools and supplies for our many events, like shovels, gloves, flowering shrubs, and water for volunteers.

Our Story

Roswell, Georgia – a city steeped in history, culture, and beautiful natural surroundings. We at Keep Roswell Beautiful count ourselves fortunate to live here. And although we may have originally come from other cities or other states, Roswell is our home.

KRB’s mission is to cultivate environmental stewardship in the Roswell community. We take that mission seriously and employ a variety of methods, such as community education and programs that promote litter control, recycling, and community beautification, to reach our goals. Our efforts today help ensure a beautiful, thriving Roswell for tomorrow.

Moreover, as a 501 (c) 3 organization (not-for-profit), we depend on our dedicated volunteers, neighbors from all walks of life with different experiences and a range of ages but one common goal: to improve Roswell and conserve our natural resources. KRB partners with the City of Roswell Environmental/Public Works Department to bring to Roswell’s citizens such programs as Adopt-A-Road, Adopt-A-Stream, Storm Drain Marking, Bring One for the Chipper, and Rivers Alive.

Since 2003, KRB has won the annual Keep America Beautiful President’s Circle Award. Other past recognitions include Keep Georgia Beautiful’s Community Improvement Award, Litter Prevention Award, and Affiliate Award; Rivers Alive Outstanding Waterway Cleanup Award; and Keep America Beautiful’s System Award.