WELCOME TO KEEP MONTGOMERY COUNTY BEAUTIFUL
Empowering Texans to take responsibility for enhancing their community environment through education, awareness and participation in programs for:
- Waste Reduction and Recycling
- Litter Prevention
- Beautification and Community Improvements
- Environmental Education
Keep Montgomery County Beautiful was incorporated in Texas on May 17, 2004 and received IRS 501c3 status on September 8, 2004. The objectives of the organization are to promote the Keep Texas Beautiful Program of litter prevention, beautification and community improvement and minimization of the impact of solid waste in Montgomery County, Texas.
KMCB's Board of Directors in 2011 developed a strategy to focus efforts in one district to develop a sustainable program to ultimately be replicated in other districts county wide. The current program focus is litter reduction, recycling and green space devlopment.
KMCB has been an affiliate in good standing of Keep Texas Beautiful since its inception. KMCB is a Gold Star Affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful.
KMCB is a fully volunteer organization. Operating expenses are minimal and are covered by membership fees, donations, grants and in-kind donations. Project expenses are covered by product sales, donations, in-kind donations, sponsorships and grants.
If you are interested in more information about KMCB, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following organizational districts are provided for in KMCB’s by-laws:
||Conroe ISD (N of FM 242 or North of FM1488 to the West of 242E of I-45 & North of TX Hwy 242)
||Splendora ISD, New Caney ISD and Cleveland ISD
||Conroe ISD south of 242 or south of FM 1488 to the west of 242
||Magnolia ISD and Tomball ISD
||Montgomery ISD and Richards ISD
Click here to see a map of Montgomery County and the KMCB Districts.