12Nov

Electronics, tires and more will be accepted this Saturday during Texas Recycles Day at the Midland College Chaparral Center. Texas Recycles Day is a statewide campaign aimed towards education and awareness about the benefits of waste reduction and recycling. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 1…

01Oct

The Midland Municipal Court is encouraging students to join the ongoing “Not in My Town” movement by challenging them to envision a “Litter Free Midland” through a poster contest from Oct. 5-23. The contest is open to all first through sixth grade students attending any Midland school or who…

10Apr

Join us as we give our town a good spring cleaning! The cleanup lasts now through May 31st, so sign your group up today! KMB will provide the gloves, trash bags and safety vests, AND we will have a volunteer appreciation picnic on April 11th to celebrate. We hope…

07Apr

Spring is here, and that quintessential feeling of needing to clean out, purge and otherwise rid your personal environment of all the junk is in full effect. The sunny days and temperate weather are inspiring folks to start pulling weeds that sprouted up (literally overnight) and clean out the…

15Dec

The holidays are a beautiful time of the year. That is, unless empty boxes, styrofoam peanuts, ripped gift wrap, and torn bows are blowing around, turning a beautiful Christmas into a trashy nightmare! Here are three ways you can help keep it clean this holiday season: – Secure your…

29Sep

Keep Midland Beautiful’s annual fall cleanup will take place on October 4! Register your group today to participate, or find another day in October and contact Keep Midland Beautiful to still be counted toward the Make a Difference Day cleanup numbers. Sign up now!

01Jul

While you’re celebrating with picnics and fireworks this 4th of July, we ask that you put your trash in the trash can or carry it home with you to dispose of. Please don’t leave your trash at the park or your fireworks along the road side. Firework litter is…

15Jun

See Midland Mayor Jerry Morales, Midland County Judge Mike Bradford and Keep Midland Beautiful address taking ownership in Midland’s litter problem at the “Not in My Town” campaign kick off.

10Jun

Officials from the City of Midland, Midland County, and Keep Midland Beautiful joined each other Tuesday morning to launch the “Not in My Town” campaign, a community-wide effort to put an end to littering. Education and enforcement, along with partnerships within the community, will be the highlight of the…

07Jun

The City of Midland will host a press conference with Midland County and Keep Midland Beautiful to launch an anti-litter campaign that will include education and enforcement efforts. Officials will gather at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, June 10 near the northwest parking lot at Martin Luther King, Jr. Park,…