Kevin Loftin Riverfront Park playground is closed indefinitely due to safety concerns.

Keep Belmont Beautiful

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Keep Belmont Beautiful is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and received its certification in 2001. For more information about Keep America Beautiful, please click here or on the logo below.

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Mission

Keep Belmont Beautiful, as an affiliate of Keep American Beautiful, works in partnership with the city of Belmont, North Carolina, educates and involves the community in litter and waste reduction, recycling, beautification, and natural resource conservation.

Community Involvement

Keep Belmont Beautiful has implemented a city wide litter prevention and recycling encouragement program that is made possible through the efforts of volunteers and local citizens. Keep Belmont Beautiful also awards grants to multiple local area schools annually. These grants are awarded to help fund outdoor campus improvements and improved beautification. Additionally, Keep Belmont Beautiful has also acted as a sponsor for several local civic projects.

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City Pride Day/ October Big Sweep

Held in conjunction with the city of Belmont. Volunteers meet in April and October for litter pickup around the city.  Keep Belmont Beautiful implemented a city-wide program of prevention and recycling though example and volunteer actions of local citizens. Our volunteer list has grown to over 100 active participants.

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School Beautification Grant

Area schools can apply for these grants.

Clean campus contest

Any area school can register with Keep Belmont Beautiful and if guidelines are met, can display the contest sign until the end of the school year.

Contact

Beryl Campbell is the Keep Belmont Beautiful coordinator for the City of Belmont. If you would like more information about Keep Belmont Beautiful or are interested in volunteering, you may click on the Contact button below to visit Beryl's contact page or send an email to keepbelmontbeautiful@gmail.com.

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