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