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Keep Las Cruces Beautiful

recycle bin photo Keep Las Cruces Beautiful (KLCB) focuses on the 3 E's: Education, Eradication and Enforcement. Our program is dedicated to keeping our city beautiful through litter and weed control, graffiti eradication and prevention activities, community recycling efforts, and neighborhood and community wide beautification projects. Community involvement is a key component of our program empowering the citizens of Las Cruces to take action in their neighborhoods.


KLCB has been in existence since 1991 and is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and New Mexico Clean and Beautiful. It is currently under the Parks & Recreation Department for the City of Las Cruces. Find out more below:

PROGRAM RECOGNITION

UPCOMING PROGRAMS & EVENTS

  • 2017 Coca-Cola / Keep America Beautiful Public Space Recycling Bin Grant

    The City has “Bin” Awarded!

    The City of Las Cruces is proud to announce it is a recipient of the 2017 Coca-Cola Foundation/Keep America Beautiful Public Space Recycling Bin Grant. The City, one of fifty organizations nationwide to receive this award, will establish a public space recycling initiative for City events, athletic fields, parks, and walking trails with bins made possible from “Keep America Beautiful” and the “Coca-Cola Foundation”. “Keep America Beautiful” (KAB) has been an affiliate of our “Keep Las Cruces Beautiful” (KLCB) program for over 20 years.

    “The City of Las Cruces wants to make recycling as easy as possible at every opportunity, whether that’s curbside, trails, parks or City events, “says Sonya Delgado, Director, Parks & Recreation. “This award makes that possible and it’s the latest benefit of our long-time partnership with KAB/COCA-COLA.”

    City Departments collaborating on the Recycling Bin project are KAB, the Sustainability Office, Parks & Recreation, Utilities - Solid Waste, and South Central Solid Waste Authority which coordinates the City recycling program. The bins, which collect plastic bottles and aluminum cans, will be strategically placed along the Triviz Multipurpose Path and Outfall Channel, and at Apodaca Park, Young Park, and Veterans Memorial Park, drastically improving how the City manages recyclable materials in public spaces. Click here for bin locations map.


  • Reuse & Recycle Show 2018
  • ADOPT A SPOT
    You are encouraged to take part in this exciting and innovative program by "adopting" a portion of your neighborhood. From business districts to your own block, beautification and maintenance of your own "Spot" can only benefit your community. Find out more!

Volunteer and join good people doing great things. Beautify our neighborhoods, parks and schools by picking up litter, painting over graffiti, painting murals or planting trees and shrubs.

Thank you to volunteers of all ages and all groups that lent a helping hand to our annual Toss No Mas! Stay tuned for next year's event!

For more information about these events and more, please contact us at (575) 528-4506.