1994 – Roswell Clean and Beautiful is incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Nancy Womack is the Executive Director.

1998 – Bonnie Lantz becomes Executive Director.

1999 – Janet Liberman becomes Executive Director.

2000 – A Northside Hospital grant purchases an Enviroscape pollution model for education programs.

2001 – The organization name is changed to Keep Roswell Beautiful, Inc. (KRB)

2007 – KRB spearheads a citywide fundraising effort and purchases the earth balloon as a gift to the children of Roswell.

2012 – KRB, in partnership with Roswell Recreation and Parks Department, completed a guided tree identification trail at Roswell Area Park.

2013 – The City of Roswell Environmental/Public Works Department, Keep Roswell Beautiful, and the Chattahoochee Nature Center work together to certify Roswell as the 66th National Wildlife Federation Community Wildlife Habitat (3rd in Georgia).

2014 – Keep Roswell Beautiful receives the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group Park Recycling Bin Grant and purchases recycling bins for placement at various Roswell parks.

2015 – KRB receives a Community Orchard Grant and plants 35 fruit trees at Leita Thompson Park, for use by Roswell residents.

2017 – Vicki Culbreth becomes Executive Director.

2018 – Keep Roswell Beautiful receives a Phillip Morris USA grant and installs 9 cigarette receptacles along Canton Street and East Alley, in partnership with Keep America Beautiful’s Cigarette Litter Prevention Program.

2019 – KRB partners with the Historic Roswell Beautification Project to install 2 dog waste stations on Canton Street.

2015-2019 – Each November, KRB partners with the Roswell Recycling Center to collect blankets and towels for donation to the Atlanta Humane Society.

(In Progress) – KRB partners with Roswell Recreation and Parks Department to create a pollinator garden at the Arts Center on Fouts Road.

(In Progress) – After receiving a generous donation from the Roswell Wine Festival, KRB creates a public art project and scavenger hunt to highlight the beauty of the community.



1996 – Georgia Clean and Beautiful System Award

2002 – Distinguished Service Citation from Keep America Beautiful

2003 – 2nd Place System Award from Keep Georgia Beautiful

2004 – Keep Georgia Beautiful honors Janet Liberman as Executive Director of the Year

2005 – 2nd Place System Award from Keep Georgia Beautiful

2006 – Keep Georgia Beautiful Affiliate Award for populations of 75,000-150,000 (2nd place)

2006 – Outstanding Waterway Cleanup Award from Rivers Alive

2010 – 2nd Place Affiliate Award, 2nd Place award in Litter Prevention, 3rd Place award in Community Improvement from Keep Georgia Beautiful

2012 – Rivers Alive Government Partnership award

2013 – Governor’s Circle Award from Georgia Governor Nathan Deal

2014 – Bring One for the Chipper Award from Keep Georgia Beautiful

2018 – Bring One for the Chipper Award from Keep Georgia Beautiful

2019 – Governor’s Circle Award and Bring One for the Chipper Award from Keep Georgia Beautiful