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

10 Years of Growing Success

Since 2004 KGCB has been building hope and beautifying the places we live, work and play. Help us grow even greater results in the future by making a donation today.

2015 Minigrant Applications Are Now Available

The 2015 Neighborhood Beautification Minigrant Guidelines and Application are now available. Click the link below or visit our Programs page to view and download the information

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.

Get the KGCB Newsletter

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. The 2015 calendar is coming soon.


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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 The Keep Genesee County Beautiful Blog

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Heads Up! Seed Starting Time is Around the Corner.

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...

KAB Conference

Karen West is in DC building picnic tables with one of our favorite corporate partners, Lowe’s. It may be snowing to her north, but things are heating up at the...


Winter Weather Forecast for 2015

 The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association‘s long range forecast for Michigan now through February 2015 is for dryer-than-normal amounts of precipitation.  Hopefully this means there will be no repeat of...

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