Keep Lewisville Beautiful holding 31st Annual Spring Clean Up on April 1

The Lewisville Texan Journal team won the Adult group trophy in 2016 for removing 169+ bags of trash from Timber Creek. Top Row: Amy Wells, Brent Daniels. Bottom Row: From left to right: Deanna Perkins, Tanya Primavera, Alex Linde, Jennifer Linde, Deniese Sheppard, Gloria Harvey, Steve Southwell, Emma Hauck, Jim Moutes, Rick Tomkovich, Carol Tomkovich.

Keep Lewisville Beautiful is partnering with the City of Lewisville to host its 31st annual citywide cleanup on Saturday April 1st, 2017. An environmental expo will also be held onsite.

This FREE Earth Day event will be held in conjunction with Keep America Beautiful Great America Clean Up activities. Volunteers are needed for cleanup teams and on site help. Sign in and registration begins at 8:00 a.m. at the Lewisville High School Harmon parking lot (1250 W Round Grove Road). Clean Up is from 8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. Clean up supplies, free lunch, KLB t-shirts, door prizes and FUN will be provided. Last year, 779 volunteers showed community spirit by working hard by helping to remove 6.25 tons of litter from Lewisville streets, parks, and creeks. This year, with your help, we can pick up even more and help beautify our great city. All ages are welcome!

Register online today.

Current event donors and sponsors include: City of Lewisville, Waste Management, Republic Waste Services, Downing and Rink PLLC, Marco’s Pizza, DATCU, Lone Star Storage, Bahama Bucks, LLELA, The Lewisville Texan Journal, Lewisville Lions Club, Lewisville Police Department, Army Corps of Engineers, Yogurt Zone, Chasin’ Tail BBQ, Texas Motor Speedway, Texas Rangers, Keep America Beautiful, and Keep Texas Beautiful. If your business would like to donate a door prize or help sponsor this event, please contact the KLB office.

For more information, to sign up or to donate funds to Keep Lewisville Beautiful email, call 972-538-5949 or fax information to 866-727-8526. Please include number of people anticipated in your group. T-shirts are on a first come, first served basis.

Photos from last year’s Spring Cleanup can be found on KLB’s facebook page.

The Lewisville Texan Journal is putting together a cleanup team for this year’s Spring Cleanup.  If you would like to join the LTJ crew in cleaning up the dirtiest, nastiest spot that KLB can throw at us, we’d love to have your help!  To sign up for LTJ’s cleanup team, fill out this form.