Keep Douglasville Beautiful

The mission of Keep Douglasville Beautiful is to practice, promote, and encourage environmental stewardship through public education and community-based projects, within the City of Douglasville.

The Keep Douglasville Beautiful Board is comprised of 8 individuals appointed by the Mayor and City Council for a 2-year term. Day to day operations are handled by an Executive Director and a Program Coordinator who are employees of the City of Douglasville.

The board meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 11:00 am at the Hunter Park Community Center.  The Hunter Park Community Center is located at 8830 Gurley Road, just off Highway 5 in Douglasville.  All meetings are open to the public.

Meeting Dates for 2018.

KDB Board Members


Julie Camp 
Tammi Duckworth
Krystal Horne
Tamara Manny
Monica Moseley
Sarah Petruccelli
Mike Ruggeiro
Ralph Urbas
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    PARK(ing) Day 2018

    Celebrated around the globe... Read on...
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    Keep Douglasville Beautiful Fall Recycle Event

    Several tons of recyclable material will be kept out of the Cedar Mountain Landfill... Read on...
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    Monarch Garden Gets Wings Polished

    Many hands make light work... Read on...
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    KDB Releases "Trash Mob" PSA

    This could go viral if you'll share it... Read on...
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    Anchor Heating and Air Conditioning Wins KDB BEACONS Award

    Douglasville Mayor Rochelle Robinson presented the award... Read on...
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Volunteer with KDB through Douglasville's Better Together Volunteer Program

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