Keep Little Rock Beautiful (KLRB) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2005 by a group of individuals passionate about the environmental quality of life in their hometown.
We empower and work with Little Rock residents and business owners to prevent litter, recycle waste, and beautify where we all live, work, and play.
Clay Glasgow, Treasurer|Hogan-Taylor
Melinda Glasgow, Executive Director | City of Little Rock | (email@example.com)
Norm Berner, Public Awareness Committee Chair | Friends of Fourche Creek | (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Suzanne Smith Hirrel, Litter Prevention Committee Chair | LEP Arkansas LLC | Environmental Educator | (email@example.com)
Melissa Henshaw | Little Rock City Beautiful Commission Liaison
Karly Schichtl, Recycling Committee Co-Chair | Natural State Recycling
Brian Pipkin | Mitchell Law Firm
Trent Whitehead | Simmons Bank
Chris Ford, Recycling Committee Co-Chair | First Security Bank
Sarah Burr | Ozark Design Studio
Elizabeth Philpott | Keep Arkansas Beautiful
Gary Simons | Pulaski County Juvenile Detention
Beautification Committee partners with city and state agencies, civic groups, business and property owners, neighborhood associations, garden clubs, local artists, and arts organizations to visually beautify local communities. We share the goal to continually work toward improved quality of life and economic growth in Little Rock.
Sustainability & Recycling Committee encourages and promotes recycling efforts among citizens, schools and businesses through partnerships with commercial enterprises and the city government, as well as through recycling events and education about environmental and economic sustainability.
Litter Prevention Committee is responsible for a number of projects each aimed to promote Little Rock as a litter free city: Annual City Wide Cleanup, Cigarette Litter Prevention Program, and the Annual Litter Survey/Index are yearly events and activities that we hold with support from affiliates. The Litter Prevention Committee also works closely with the City of Little Rock on its Adopt-A-Street Program.
Public Awareness Committee The more we know, the more effective we are at making positive changes in ours and other peoples’ lives. We work to increase public awareness of the effects of litter and pollution on our environment and how that affects our economy and personal health. We share information on not only the problem but how each of us are part of the solution.