Keep Douglasville Beautiful

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The mission of Keep Douglasville Beautiful is to practice, promote, and encourage environmental stewardship through public education and community-based projects, within the City of Douglasville.

The Keep Douglasville Beautiful Board is comprised of 8 individuals appointed by the Mayor and City Council for a 2-year term. Day to day operations are handled by an Executive Director and a Program Coordinator who are employees of the City of Douglasville.

The board meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 11:00 am at the Hunter Park Community Center.  The Hunter Park Community Center is located at 8830 Gurley Road, just off Highway 5 in Douglasville.  All meetings are open to the public.

Meeting Dates for 2019.

KDB Board Members

Julie Camp 
Amanda Renova
Julie Hudson
Tamara Manny
Monica Moseley
Sarah Petruccelli
Mike Ruggeiro
Ralph Urbas
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    Keep Douglasville Beautiful Presents BEACONS Award for 3rd Quarter, 2019

    WSA recognized for beautification, conservation and service efforts Read on...
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    2019 Penny McHenry Hydrangea Festival Embellishment Contest Winners

    This year an awards reception was added to the contest ... Read on...
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    KDB Wins 4 State Affiliate Awards From Keep Georgia Beautiful

    They did it with innovative programs and lots of help from our citizens... Read on...
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    KDB Beacons Award Presented to JaQuez "Q" Hunt

    He was the creative lead behind the KDB "Trash Mob" PSA... Read on...
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    PARK(ing) Day 2018

    Celebrated around the globe... Read on...
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    Monarch Garden Gets Wings Polished

    Many hands make light work... Read on...
  8. Trash Mob

    KDB Releases "Trash Mob" PSA

    This could go viral if you'll share it... Read on...
Volunteer with KDB through Douglasville's Better Together Volunteer Program

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