Here's what's new!
Flower Mound School Grant Program
Keep Flower Mound Beautiful (KFMB) is excited to kick off the 2017 schools’ grant program, which awards grants of up to $1000 for environmental projects in our Flower Mound schools. All public and private schools located in the Town of Flower Mound are encouraged to complete an application highlighting a new, current or ongoing project (past, already completed projects are not eligible) that demonstrates a commitment to keeping Flower Mound beautiful through environmental education and/or service.
America's Recycle Day
November 15, 2017
Come and Celebrate America's Recycle Day next Wednesday Nov. 15 at DQ of Flower Mound. A portion of all sales made from 5-9 PM will be donated to KFMB. So bring the whole family, who knew recycling could be this sweet. Diary Queen of Flower Mound is located at 1909 Justin Rd. Flower Mound TX . Click the link below to download our flyer for the event.
A Recap of our Fall Trash Bash and Education Fair
We had an excellent turn out at our last event! This was the first time at our new location, Flower Mound High School! With a unanimous agreement, we will be going back for our Spring Trash Off! For more information about our past events and our upcoming Spring Trash off visit our events page.
Keep Texas Beautiful Annual Conference
We sure did have fun this year at the annual KTB conference, held in San Antonio. We were very fortunate to receive 3 awards this year, The GCAA Governor's Community Achievement Award, Volunteer of the Year Award, and third place Media Award. We are very thankful to all of our sponsors, partners, and volunteers that help make our organization possible. We share this success with you.
- Keep Texas Beautiful has recognized Flower Mound as one of the 10 winners of the 2017 Governor’s Community Achievement Awards (GCAA) for their outstanding overall efforts to keep their communities beautiful. The award is one of the most coveted annual environmental and community improvement honors in Texas. The winners will share $2 million in landscape funding from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT); Flower Mound will receive $250 K for a landscaping project along a local state right-of-way.
- Communities submitted materials to one of 10 population categories and judges chose the winners based on their achievements in seven environmental and community improvement areas: community leadership and coordination, education, public awareness, litter prevention and cleanup, litter law and illegal dumping enforcement, beautification and community improvement, and solid waste management.
- To make things sweeter! KFMB Marilyn Lawson was honored as the Volunteer of the Year Award for the State of Texas, by KTB. Marilyn spends countless hours working to make Flower Mound a better community and organizes several events benefitting the community, as well as individual homeowners. In 2013, she began the Lend-a-Hand Community Initiative, which provides assistance to Flower Mound homeowners who are unable to take care of home repairs due to age, illness, or loss of income. We appreciate everything you do Marilyn! Flower Mound would not be the same without you!
Other Ways to Support KFMB!
LINK US TO YOUR KROGER REWARDS CARD: Our code is: 90445 and you can do this online at www.KrogerCommunityRewards.com
The enrollment for this year started August 1st (all participants must re-enroll each year to continue earning rewards for their chosen organization).
Or if you shop at Tom Thumb please attach our Good Neighbor #12787 to your Reward Card (cannot do online)
Your support will help us continue our new Lend A Hand Community Enhancement Program - helping the disabled, seniors, and financially strapped residents in Flower Mound with outside home repairs/maintenance.
All you have to do to help support us is shop and swipe your Rewards Card or enter your telephone number!
Keep Texas Beautiful Affiliate
KTB's Mission is to educate and engage Texans to take responsibility for improving their community environment. KTB does this through programming and education addressing three focus areas: Litter Prevention, Beautification, and Waste Reduction.