We encourage, educate and engage the community in the ongoing clean up and beautification of Genesee County

Cultivate Our Community and Plant the Seeds of Change

Join KGCB in Cultivate Our Community by volunteering to help maintain one of 20 community gateway gardens located throughout Genesee County. Get your hands dirty by sponsoring a garden in your community. Click the link below or use the PROGRAM tab and select Cultivating Our Community.

Adopt A Park Applications Now Available

Keep Genesee County Beautiful is accepting applications from neighborhood groups or organizations interested in adopting a park in the City of Flint. Click the link below to download the 2015 Adopt A Park Guidelines and Application Form or click the PROGRAMS tab and select Adopt A Park.

2015 Cleanup Events are Underway

Visit our EVENTS page or scroll below and click the link to check out photos of the amazing cleanup events taking place in parks throughout the City of Flint.

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Stay up-to-date with KGCB program activities, community clean up events, success stories from around Genesee County and available resources by signing up for KGCB's e-newsletter.

City of Flint Clean Up Event Calendar

Stay informed about the many ways you can participate in making the City of Flint a safe and beautiful place to live, work and play.


Click here to get information on year-round recycling resources and general recycling information for City of Flint residents.

Help KGCB Plant the Seeds of Change

Our efforts are taking root, but we need your help. Find out how your tax-deductible gift can bring about a world of change.


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By:  Susan Alarie, KGCB Program Consultant/Horticulturist Protect our beautiful Michigan oak trees!  Do not prune oaks trees during the growing season, especially between April 15 and July 15.  Do not...


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By Susan Alarie It’s a giant snow cone outside, but you can think green by “leafing” through catalogs and store racks for seeds.  Some seeds are started indoors very early, 10...

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