As an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, Keep Alachua County Beautiful believes that each of us holds an obligation to preserve and protect our environment. Through our everyday choices and actions we collectively have a huge impact on our world. It's really a simple concept, but one with far reaching effects.

Keep America Beautiful follows a practical approach uniting citizens, businesses and the government to find solutions that advance our core issues of preventing litter, reducing waste and beautifying communities. 

Upcoming Events


To register for a Great American Cleanup event, click on VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION.  For details about these and other events please go to CALENDAR. Remember to like our Facebook page and follow us on Instagram to make sure you get all the latest updates of Keep Alachua County Beautiful including events, fundraisers, and more! 



  The Drive It Home campaign is funded by a grant to Keep Alachua County Beautiful from the State of Florida.

                download.png                          Rick Scott, 45th Governor of Florida

                                    Carlos Lopez-Cantera, 19th Lt. Governor of Florida    


The Florida Department of Transportation has an exciting campaign that KACB has been helping out with since 2015. The Drive It Home campaign aims to "Keep Our Paradise Litter-Free" and focuses on reducing roadside litter, much of which can create dangerous driving conditions.


Did you know that more than 25,000 accidents are caused by vehicle-related road debris each year in the U.S.? (FDOT)

Let's help to reduce those numbers and keep our county clean, too!


Ways You Can Help

  • Dispose of trash in its proper receptacles
  • Keep a bag for trash in your car
  • Refrain from throwing trash out of the car window
  • Secure your load when you carry trash or loose items in or on your vehicle

Adopt-A-Highway Program 

Your organization can adopt a state highway. To learn more, please visit


Litter-Hotline number: 1-800-BAN-LIFT(er) /1-800-226-5488




Stay tuned for more information, or visit