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Regular waste collection schedule on Friday before Easter

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Four honored at Arbor Day programs

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April 30 special election for 64th Assembly Representative

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Men’s Senior Golf League seeks players

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Kenosha Tall Ships® 2019 calls for artists

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Kenosha Tall Ships® 2019 seeks food vendors

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Discount tickets to Kenosha Tall Ships® 2019 on sale April 1

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Muni golf course to open April 1

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City survey on community needs for housing and development

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City ice rink to close for the season March 17

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2019 Kenosha Civic Veterans Parade applications now available

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Free shredding March 30

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Survey on 22nd Avenue streetscape design

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Sail-away and festival tickets available for Kenosha Tall Ships® 2019

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Ald. John Fox submits letter of resignation

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Snow Daze ice sculptures on display Feb. 9

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Recycling

Keep Kenosha Beautiful (KKB) is currently recruiting volunteers to participate with an initiative focused on recycling activities for special events in HarborPark area. The City will provide volunteers with training, educational materials and other support, such as supplies (i.e. gloves, garbage bags, etc.) to help preserve and maintain the City of Kenosha's natural resources.

If interested in volunteering for special recycling project, please complete and submit a KKB Volunteer Form for Recycling to Katherine Marks at kmarks@kenosha.org. Questions? Please call Katherine at 262-653-4208.

KKB Volunteer Form for Recycling


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Earth Day/Week

Keep Kenosha Beautiful (KKB) is currently recruiting volunteers to participate with an initiative focused on Earth Day/Week activities. The City will provide volunteers with training, educational materials and other support, such as supplies (i.e. gloves, garbage bags, etc.) to help preserve and maintain the City of Kenosha's natural resources.

If interested in volunteering for Earth Day/Week, please complete and submit a KKB Volunteer Form for Earth Day/Week to Katherine Marks at kmarks@kenosha.org. Questions? Please call Katherine at 262-653-4208.

KKB Volunteer Form for Earth Day/Week


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Clean-ups

Keep Kenosha Beautiful (KKB) is currently recruiting volunteers to participate with an initiative focused on neighborhood, park and beach clean-ups. The City will provide volunteers with training, educational materials and other support, such as supplies (i.e. gloves, garbage bags, etc.) to help preserve and maintain the City of Kenosha's natural resources.

If interested in volunteering for a neighborhood, park or beach clean-up, please complete and submit a KKB Volunteer Form for Neighborhood, Park or Beach Clean-up to Katherine Marks at kmarks@kenosha.org. Questions? Please call Katherine at 262-653-4208.

 

KKB Volunteer form Neighborhood, Park or Beach Clean-up

 


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Adopt-A-Spot Gardens

There are a number of Adopt-A-Spot gardens throughout Kenosha, such as the "Small World Garden", "Columbus Park Garden" and numerous "Adopt-A-Spot" floral garden beds. Keep Kenosha Beautiful (KKB) is currently recruiting volunteers to participate in the Adopt-A-Spot initiative. It is a beautification effort that encourages volunteers to work on improving an area or neighborhood by adopting a small public space and planting and maintaining flowers. The City will provide volunteers with training, educational materials and other support, such as supplies (i.e. gloves, garbage bags, flowers, etc.) to help preserve and maintain the City of Kenosha's natural resources.

If interested in becoming a volunteer for the Adopt-A-Spot initiative, please complete and submit a KKB Volunteer Form for Adopt-A-Spot Garden Beds to Katherine Marks at kmarks@kenosha.org. Questions? Please call Katherine at 262-653-4208.

KKB Volunteer form Adopt-A-Spot Garden Beds

 


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Volunteer Opportunities

KEEP KENOSHA BEAUTIFUL

The City of Kenosha and the Common Council recently re-established its well-known "Keep Kenosha Beautiful" (KKB) program that is dedicated to city-wide beautification and litter prevention in public areas. Under the direction of the Keep Kenosha Beautiful Coordinator, KKB (a volunteer-based program) promotes community pride through volunteerism. Volunteers are the lifeblood of the KKB program who initiate and direct beautification and litter prevention projects. The volunteers are community-minded individuals who network and rally together to transform eye-sores into eye-catchers that enhance Kenosha neighborhoods and communities. The projects such as Adopt-A-Spot Gardens, neighborhood, park & beach clean-ups, Earth Day/Week and recycling.

The KKB Coordinator and volunteers seek and strive to keep Kenosha an attractive and inviting place and City for all residents and visitors to enjoy. Please consider volunteering and putting your passion and talent to work for our community.

Volunteer opportunities are available for Adopt-A-Spot Gardens, neighborhood, park & beach clean-ups, Earth Day/Week and recycling. Questions? Please contact Katherine Marks at (262) 653-4208 or kmarks@kenosha.org


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Kenosha Tall Ships® 2019: Tickets now available

Kenosha welcomes a fleet of seven tall ships with a festival Aug. 2-4 along the harbor. The Tall Ships Are Coming!®

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Curbside waste collection ends; yard waste drop-off site closes for the season

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Thanksgiving holiday waste collection schedule

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Alternate side parking begins Dec. 1

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Kenosha County Leaders Oppose Dark Store Loopholes

Kenosha County Leaders Oppose Dark Store Loopholes

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Methane testing negative in Nedweski Park area

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Kenosha Water Utility announces bypass to the storm sewer

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Fall rates announced at Municipal Golf Course

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Trick or treat hours set for Oct. 31

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