Keep Douglasville Beautiful in cooperation with DeNyse Signs and Douglas UnitE has set up a downtown gaming area in Plaza East. The address is 6661 Church Street. There is a cement ping pong table and corn hole boards for the public to enjoy.
Ping Pong paddles and balls as well as corn hole bags will be available for checkout if not in use, at the following locations:
Douglasville Welcome Center
12385 Veterans Memorial Highway
Douglas County Chamber of Commerce
6658 Church Street, Monday
6671 Church Street
Monday – Thursday, 12pm-8pm
Friday and Saturday, 12pm-10pm
Please note: Driver’s license is required for checkout.
Calling all residents and businesses of Douglasville/Douglas County! Decorate your mailboxes, lampposts, gates, fences, trees, signs, and doorways in festive hydrangea blossoms, ribbons, and colors to welcome guests and festival attendees to our community! Keep Douglasville Beautiful will hold an Embellishment Contest that will judge the outstanding efforts, so be creative!
Awards will be presented for the following categories:
- Exceptional Design Award
- Color Award
- Creativity Award
- Best Mailbox Award
- Best Business Display Award
- Spirit Award
Many local businesses carry supplies and artificial hydrangea blooms for decorations that can be done inexpensively.
Entries should be submitted to Keep Douglasville Beautiful no later than Monday, May 27 at 11pm. Please e-mail entries to info@KeepDouglasvilleBeautiful.org. Please include pictures of the decorations, the home or business’ address and contact information. Winners will be presented with an award ribbon, this year’s signature hydrangea plant and 2 tickets to the Hydrangea Festival Garden Tours!
We are also encouraging citizens to plant hydrangeas in their yards and at their businesses to promote and perpetuate the Hydrangea Festival. Many local businesses have hydrangea plants for sale this spring.
For more information, please contact Keep Douglasville Beautiful at info@KeepDouglasvilleBeautiful.org or 678-449-3138.
The National Wildlife Federation and local municipalities across the country have created the Mayors' Monarch Pledge to help stem the serious decline of the iconic monarch butterfly population. Butterflies are vital "pollinators" in our ecosystem.
Keep Douglasville Beautiful is spearheading this effort for Mayor Robinson, and she proclaimed February 2, 2017 as "Mayors’ Monarch Pledge Day”.
Keep Douglasville Beautiful is proud to have spearheaded the Douglasville Military Honor Garden. Created as a place to celebrate the honor and courage that members of the Douglasville military community have displayed during their service to our country, the Douglasville Military Honor Garden welcomes visitors to a place of beauty for those who wish to pay tribute to the brave military men, women, and families who sacrifice for our freedoms.
The garden is a beautiful public space, built with the support of citizens, service organizations, and businesses in our community for the benefit of the community. Memorial trees, garden spaces, markers, and benches are placed throughout the garden to create a vibrant, social space to enjoy and inspire.
- Video about the construction of the Military Honor Garden
- Article about the Military Honor Garden
- Donate to future improvements and additions at the Military Honor Garden
- Military Honor Garden brochure
Donate to the Military Honor Garden
If you, your organization, or business would like to support future improvements and additions to honor members of our community, you can download the donor form, or contact us:
Keep Douglasville Beautiful
PO Box 219
Douglasville, GA 30133
Special thanks to the below supporters who contributed to the Military Honor Garden project.
- Keep Douglasville Beautiful
- City of Douglasville
- Douglas County Lions Club
- Ama-Kanasta Garden Club
- Julie Camp
- Paul Laseter
- Leslie Green
- GreyStone Power Corporation
- Ralph and Patricia Urbas
- John Hufstetler
- Anita and Terry Selman
- Mike and Leila Ruggiero
- Garey McManus
- Susanne Hudson
- West Georgia Board of Realtors
- Robert D. Coats, Attorney at Law
- The Green Tree Day Spa
- Dorothy Padgett
- Premier Association Management, Inc.
- Cindy Morley
- LCDR and Mrs. Victor Leonard, USN Ret. Republic Services
- Georgia ReLeaf Grant from the Georgia Urban Forest Council
- Mercer University
- J.H. & Patsy Banks
- Tammi Duckworth
- Bluegrass Materials Company
- James and Linda Weeks
- Mr. and Mrs. Max Graham
- Whitley Garner At Rosehaven Funeral Home
- Vulcan Materials Company
In-Kind Donations and Services
- Niles Bolton Associates
- NWGA Recycling
- Hughes-Ray Company, Inc.
- Victor Stanley
- Alternative Environments
- Accent Nursery
- Barnett Irrigation
- DeNyse Companies
- Douglasville ACE Hardware
- Douglasville WinlectricBelgard
- Jackson Paving
- West Georgia Green Association
- NG Turf
- Peach State Amenities
November 11, 2017
Keep Douglasville Beautiful (KDB) offers Douglas County students an opportunity to participate in our Student Auxiliary Program (SAP).
As a student volunteer you will learn the benefits of working with a non-profit organization that is committed to practice, promote, and encourage environmental stewardship within your community.
This program allows you to participate at a higher level within a community organization, help with various events, and assist in making positive impacts within Douglas County. This program provides opportunities for you to gain experience, build relationships, gain community service hours and have an excellent volunteer highlight for your college or employment resume and earn a $500.00 scholarship.
Participants are required to create and implement an Impact Project at their school that recognizes the core values of Keep Douglasville Beautiful to be considered for the scholarship.
Apply for the KDB Student Auxiliary Program.