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Keep Coppell Beautiful

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Keep Coppell Beautiful is an affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful that organizes opportunities to preserve and beautify our community through waste reduction, litter prevention, beautification, and environmental stewardship. Take part in one of the dozens of programs, events or volunteer projects that take place throughout the year! For more information on getting involved with our activities, please email kcb@coppelltx.gov.

Environmental Education Classes

KCB offers monthly classes and seminars on practical green living ideas. The classes tend to focus on growing food, composting, smart irrigation and planting colorful and ecofriendly landscapes. Most of the classes are held at the Biodiversity Education Center, although we occasionally partner with Coppell Community Garden and school gardens in the community to host hands-on demonstrations off-site. All classes are free to the public, registration at www.Coppellactivities.com..

Wildflower Seeding

During the first Saturday in October, the Biodiversity Education Center hosts a Fall Frolic event. People of all ages are welcome to join us in spreading wildflower seeds in designated areas of Coppell Nature Park, including our remnant of the Blackland Prairie. Gather your friends, family, Scout troop and neighbors for a fun, free event. KCB Teens host an additional wildflower seeding at Moore Road Park in November. Details for the 2019 seeding will be announced on the KCB Facebook page​

Clean Coppell

Take an active role in cleaning up Coppell streets, parks, and neighborhoods! This year around program, encourages community groups from all around town come together to do litter cleanups and beautification projects. In the past, residents hosted dozens of litter clean-up, spruced up fences, pulled weeds, and handed out plant starts. Getting involved is easy! If you have a project that will make our community cleaner and greener, fill out this request form to have the City of Coppell sponsor your supplies. For further questions, please reach out to kcb@coppelltx.gov.

Organize a litter cleanup - Choose a location where you notice a need and fill out a request for clean-up supplies.  We will provide trash bags, gloves, and trash pickers upon request. You can do this year-round, but t-shirts will be provided for groups that participate in the annual April event which contributes to a nationwide effort, the Great American Cleanup. Clean Coppell volunteers that wear their t-shirts to Earthfest get a free treat!

Organize a beautification project – Be creative! If you have a project in mind and the people willing to do it, you can submit an application to have KCB sponsor the supplies. The project should benefit the community through preservation or beautification. Some ideas include:

  • Planting a monarch waystation to attract butterflies
  • Restoring shared gardens such as community or school gardens.
  • Helping an elderly or disabled neighbor meet code requirements for their yard.
  • Graffiti removal​

EcoCoppell Earthfest

Earthfest is a celebration of Coppell's commitment to the environment - an entertaining and educational experience! Visit the many environmental education booths to learn how you can lead a more sustainable lifestyle. Don't forget to shop the plant sale, grab a bite to eat and enjoy a lively performance​. The fun includes live music, food, artisan and green living vendors, arts and crafts, photo booths, face painting, and interactive environmental education booths. If you have a green project to showcase, you are welcome to fill out a booth application for the event. Email kcb@coppelltx.gov if the application is not yet available below. Keep an eye out for details about this event on our Facebook page!

KCB Teen

KCB Teen is an opportunity for students, ages 14-17, to assist Keep Coppell Beautiful during January-May and August-December in planning and implementing KCB programming. In 2019, the KCB Teens planned a litter clean-up, created an Earth Day planting activity for elementary students and hosted educational outreach at the farmers market to educate visitors on the importance of bees. Share your passion for the environment and gain valuable resume experience by contributing to this teen volunteer group. Space is limited. To apply, please visit http://bttr.im/2iupb and fill out an application.​

Document Shredding

Keep Coppell Beautiful Coppell sponsors shredding for our residents twice yearly! We pair shredding with our EcoCoppell Earthfest celebration in April and in November to celebrate America Recycles day. Residents are invited to stop by the City of Coppell Service Center (816 S. Coppell Road) to securely shred documents a shredding truck will be present to safely shred documents on site.  Up to four boxes can be dropped off (maximum size of each box being 9" x 12" x 17", or the size of a bankers box) per person per event. All shredded paper will be recycled and your container will be returned to you. Residents are encouraged to come early to ensure space in the truck for their documents.

Like KCB on Facebook or contact us at KCB@coppelltx.gov to stay in the loop on upcoming classes and events. 

                 
KCB is an affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful and has been a Keep Texas Beautiful Gold Star Affiliate since 2006. To see other ecofriendly initiatives sponsored by th​e City of Coppell, visit coppelltx.gov/sustainability.