Back to School Cleanup

Special thanks to the Stratford Academy Ecology Club for cleaning up Peake Road from Tucker to the Pine Pointe Hospice to make their area of town look tidy for the kickoff of the school year! They collected 7 bags of litter!

KMBB “GREAT AMERICAN CLEANUP”

It is another big turnout for Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful and several neighborhood communities for the 23rd annual Great American Cleanup. Under sponsorship of Keep America Beautiful, the effort brings together more than three million volunteers for the giant springtime event. From ceremonies at Henderson Stadium, the various groups fanned out city wide to help keep…

Cherry Trees for Sale

Yoshino cherry trees will be sold at Central City Park in the Round Building daily during the Cherry Blossom Festival for $10. The Cherry trees will be sold at Lowe Lighting Thursday & Friday March 28 & 29. The Cherry trees will be sold at the Mulberry Arts & Crafts Festival  Saturday, March 30 &…

KMBBC & Governor Kemp

Governor Brian Kemp welcomed Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful and several surrounding counties clean community’s commission representatives to his office at the capitol when the group brought special “goody bags” of Mid-State products and other Items to this areas Georgia Legislative Delegations.

CAROLYN’S 40 PLUS

George H.W. Bush and Carolyn Crayton’s meeting was soon after the Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful was formed by Keep America Beautiful. The local organization headed up by Mrs. Crayton joined two others in Charlotte and Tampa as the first in the nation. That event four decades ago was marked by pink clad Keep America Beautiful President Helen…

Welcome to Macon

Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful founder Carolyn Crayton gave opening remarks to the annual Keep Georgia Beautiful award luncheon crowd. Traditionally held in Atlanta, KGB moved the event to Macon honoring Carolyn and KMBB on the 40th anniversary of the organization and of KMBB’s being one of three first beautification commissions in the nation for Keep America…

Garbage, recycling, and yard & bulky waste collection changes begin Monday, November 5

    Beginning November 5, 2018, garbage, recycling, yard waste, and bulky waste collection will change in Macon-Bibb County. Advanced Disposal Services (ADS) will be responsible for garbage and recycling, while Macon-Bibb’s Solid Waste Department will be responsible for yard and bulky waste. Beginning late afternoon on November 2, people can go to http://sw.maconbibb.us for…