Winter Adopt-A-Stream Training Workshops

Looking to get more involved in outdoor stewardship? Check out these two opportunities to become a trained water quality monitor volunteer for the Georgia Adopt-A-Stream program. Virtual classroom workshops for macroinvertebrate and chemical monitoring will be held in mid-February followed by hands-on field work in March. Click here to read more and register.

Bring One for the Chipper!

Plan to recycle your Christmas tree this holiday season at one of Roswell’s Home Depot stores on Saturday, January 8 from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Learn more about this annual Georgia tradition here. 

New Year, New Gear Matching Gift Challenge

Our volunteers rocked it out by cleaning up more than 13,000 lbs. of litter around Roswell this year. Help us provide new cleanup kits and replace broken equipment used in our stewardship programs so we can reach new milestones in 2022. Make your donation by December 31 and your gift will be matched dollar for dollar! Click here to learn more.

Take the #BeRecycled Pledge

America Recycles Day is coming up on November 15! This year we are asking you to participate in Keep America Beautiful’s #BeRecycled pledge. Learn how you can promote recycling in our community by clicking here.

900 ducks sped down Big Creek for The Great Annual Duck Race!

The Great Annual Duck Race, KRB’s annual fundraiser, launched 900 ducks onto Big Creek on October 16. Proceeds support our education and stewardship programs.  Click here for more information on our  winners!

We did it… big time!! Roswell Rivers Alive was a ton of success!



Rivers Alive is an annual tradition in Roswell and is part of a statewide campaign to clean and preserve Georgia’s 70,100 miles of rivers and streams. Check out photos from our amazing 1-ton day!


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.

Our vision is a Roswell with healthy land, clean water, and a vibrant environmental culture. Along with dedicated volunteers, 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.