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Our Biggest Party in 40 Years!
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is turning 40 and we are having a Block Party on November 16th from 7-11pm at H.J Benken Florist and Greenhouse to celebrate.
The eighth installment of our Neighborhood Spotlight Series: College Hill
The seventh installment of our Neighborhood Spotlight Series: CUF
The sixth installment of our Neighborhood Spotlight Series: Clifton
The fifth installment of our Neighborhood Spotlight Series: Carthage
The fourth installment of our Neighborhood Spotlight Series: Camp Washington.
The third installment of our Neighborhood Spotlight Series: California.
The second installment of our Neighborhood Spotlight Series: Bond Hill.
Join us for our first installment in the Neighborhood Spotlight Series: Avondale.
KCB's 40th Anniversary of Impact
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful was incorporated in 1978, and this year we're celebrating 40 years of impact.
Join us weekly for blog updates on what makes Cincinnati beautiful, where we'll feature neighborhood spotlights on our 52 neighborhoods and beyond.
If you'd like to have your neighborhood spotlighted, please fill out this form:
See what we've been up to this spring!
Full re-cap of our 2018 Love Thy 'Nati Celebration and announcement of our Rep the Crown Award Winners.
Our January Newsletter! Rep the Crown Awards and Safe and Clean Grants
Happy Holidays from the whole KCB Team!
Our November newsletter.
See what we've been up to! Cincy Block Party Update and MORE!
Thanks to the Ohio EPA and Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District, Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is hosting a Tire Amnesty event in coordination with the city of Cincinnati! Residents can dispose of scrap tires for FREE by dropping off at one of three locations.
Evanston: Recreation Center at 3204 Woodburn Avenue
West End: Parking lot next to Cincinnati Toolbank at 2011 Central Avenue
East Westwood: Roll Hill Academy at 2411 Baltimore Avenue
November 4th from 9am to 2pm
Cincinnati is BEAUTIFUL.
Want to help keep it that way?
Organize a Great American Cleanup for the fall, and register it with KCB. Thanks to a grant from Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District and our awesome sponsors, we're giving out FREE FIZ reusable water bottles along with our regular supplies to all* registered cleanups for the fall!
*As supplies last
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful's first annual Love Thy 'Nati celebration was a huge success!