Macon-Bibb County and the Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful Commission walked away with six awards at Friday’s Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation Luncheon.
Picking up after your pup just got a little easier in Macon. Twenty-six dog waste stations have been added to parks across downtown, and five more are set to be added in the coming months.
Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful and the county won six first place awards out of seven categories overall in the 2016 Keep Georgia Beautiful Awards Luncheon.
The Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful Commission and the International Cherry Blossom Festival honored dozens of volunteers Thursday during the organizations’ 42nd annual Volunteer Appreciation and Awards Luncheon. The ceremony is held to thank the volunteers who support the festival and help carry out the commission’s mission of beautification, litter prevention and recycling, according to a news…
The Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful Commission earned a Keep America Beautiful 2015 Affiliate Award of Excellence and a President’s Circle Award for upholding national beautification standards.
One organization is asking Macon-Bibb residents to help keep trash off the county’s streets. Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful recently launched their “Litter Hotline,” where residents can call in if they see someone throwing trash out of their car.
Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful Commission recently recognized Derrick Catlett, arborist for the Middle Georgia State College plant operations department, for his community service work.