KLB Fall 2022 Cleanup Event - Saturday, Oct 29th
Please join us for the Fall 2022 Clean and Green Event!

 Participants will receive free breakfast tacos, coffee, and a native tree seedling.*

We will meet at City Park - Main Pavilion 

504 E. City Park Road

Lockhart, TX 78644  

at 9 AM for breakfast, then clean our selected locations. When finished at approximately 12, meet back at City Park for tree giveaway. 

If you would like to be a crew leader, please message us on Facebook @klbtexas or on Instagram @keep_lockhart_beautiful.

*While supplies last. We will have an adequate amount of food, but are limited to 100 trees to give away on a first-come, first-serve basis. Trees will be distributed immediately following the cleanup event.

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Cleanup Locations 

(1) City Park

Remove litter from the park and surrounding area including Town Branch Creek. Low level of difficulty - good for children. More moderate to difficult areas around Town Branch Creek. Good option if you do not have transportation to adjacent parks. Headquarters: 504 City Park Road

(2) North Pecos Park to Navarro Springs Park

Remove litter in parks and in the riparian environment (Town Branch Creek) as able. Moderate difficulty, participants should have sturdy shoes and the ability to exercise extreme caution. Headquarters: N Pecos St (intersection with Tank St.)

(3) Navarro Springs Park to Arredondo Park

Remove litter in park and along riparian environment (Town Branch Creek) as able. Participants will need sturdy shoes and the ability to exercise extreme caution. Headquarters: 800 N Blanco Street

(4) Lion's Park

Remove litter in park and surrounding areas. Low level of difficulty - good for children Headquarters: 415 Brazos St.

(5) Nueces Park

Remove litter from park and surrounding area. Low level of difficulty - good for children. Headquarters: 315 Nueces St

(6) Downtown

Remove litter, typically micro-litter, from downtown and surrounding areas. Not recommended for small children due to traffic hazards. Headquarters: 124 E Market St

Below is a map and description of the 6 cleanup locations
For Volunteers

All cleanup volunteers are encouraged to gather at the Lockhart City Park Main Pavilion by no later than 9 AM.

To help reduce refuse at our event, we encourage volunteers to bring their own coffee mugs and water bottles.

**We need 6 Crew Leaders** Crew Leaders are responsible for helping distribute extra supplies (trash bags, first aid kits, etc.) and support for their selected location. If you would like to be a crew leader, please message us on Facebook @klbtexas or on Instagram @keep_lockhart_beautiful.

Upon arrival, volunteers will identify their selected location, greet Crew Leader, and gather supplies. We will review drop-off locations, safety information, and enjoy breakfast. Before venturing out, please participate in the group photo.

Volunteers are encouraged to walk or carpool the short distance to your selected location. All litter collected should be left at designated drop-off locations.

Attire: Dress appropriate for the weather to be comfortable in outdoor temperatures and conditions for several hours. Long pants, a hat, and closed-toe shoes are recommended.

Equipment: If you have your own, please bring gloves, pick up tool (grabber), walking stick, bug spray, and sunscreen. Gloves and grabbers will be available. 

Transportation: You will be able to select which site you clean up, but you will have to provide your own transportation to/from the site. If you do not have/want transportation to an off-site cleanup, please select the City Park site.


  • Children should be supervised at all times.
  • Do not cross fences or private property. 
  • Watch for wildlife, particularly snakes. 
  • Be aware of posion ivy. Video: How to identify poison ivy
  • Watch for traffic and always be cautious along roadways and creek banks for hazards. Crossing roadways by foot is not safe, and volunteers should "pick" a side of the roadway and try to reduce road crossings as much as possible.
  • Do not pick up hazardous materials like needles. 
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