PO Box 23661, Little Rock, AR 72221
Phone : 501-765-3530
Email : info@klrb.org

One of the aims of Keep Little Rock Beautiful is to promote public awareness and understanding of the effects of litter on our environment, economy, and the quality of  life in Little Rock. We continuously look for ways to contribute to education and information sharing that increases awareness of recycling, litter prevention, and environmental conservation. The Public Awareness Committee is responsible for these and other activities that enhance people’s knowledge about what Keep Little Rock Beautiful and its affiliates do and how everyone can get involved.

We work with others who share these goals. Just a few of the other non-profit organizations with who we participate are Central Arkansas Trail Alliance, Audubon Center and Friends of Fourche Creek. We also support and put people in touch with local opportunities, such as Adopt-A-Street and City of Little Rock Adopt-A-Park programs.


Drain Smart

dRAIN smART is an engaging public education/environmental program that use art to communicate the function and importance of storm drains. This central Arkansas partnership showcases local artists’ original murals

Friends of Fourche Creek

    Keep Little Rock Beautiful and Friends of Fourche Creek have partnered together to bring you the biggest float trip that Fourche has ever seen. This beautiful wetlands area is right here in Little Rock

Little Rock “Love Your Block” Grants

Keep Little Rock Beautiful  and the Public Awareness committee direct non-profit neighborhood organizations to resources that can help them realize community-driven beautification, recycling, litter prevention, and

Past Activities

Drain Smart Unveiling and Fundraiser

16 December 2018, Comment are Off
Join us to see the 2016 edition of the dRAIN smART project. Meet the artists and admire their work. Tuesday, June 14 6:00-8:00 pm 614 Clinton Avenue (former Juanita’s location)

Friends of Fourche Creek

16 December 2018, Comment are Off
Past event

2018 Great American Citywide Clean Up

10 March 2018, Comment are Off
The 2018 Citywide Clean Up kicked off at Boyle Park on March 10, 2018 with 821 volunteers collecting 995 bags of litter, 60 bags of recycling, and 478 tires (approximately 31 tons of trash in dumpsters) over 7 areas of the city. Volunteers removed trash and recycling from...