Keep Angleton Beautiful

Keep Angleton Beautiful is led by a City Council-approved board an its mission is to empower Angleton citizens through education to take responsibility for enhancing Angleton's environment.

Our vision is to make Angleton, Texas, the most beautiful and environmentally responsible place in Texas, one person at a time.

We hope to achieve this with a three-point emphasis on beautification, litter reduction and prevention, and solid waste (landfill) reduction/recycling.

  1. Daveyon Edwards

    Parks & Recreation Administrative Assistant

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Angleton Business Beautification Incentive 

The City of Angleton and KAB announces the Angleton Business Beautification Incentive Project. This is for the purpose of enhancing existing business landscaping and storefront improvements including flowers flower pots, potted bushes, other vegetation, etc. To apply click here. Completed applications can be emailed to dedwards@angleton.tx.us

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Dickey Park Butterfly Garden

With the help of Lake Jackson Garden Club and Brazos Pointe Fellowship Church revitalization will begin taking place in the near future. Volunteers will help to prep the beds, install weed cloth, add ample dirt, add ornamental rock, install benches and Monarch Waystation sign and plant a number of different plants and flowers.

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Yard & Business of the Month

April through October, the KAB board members pick one residence and one business each month to honor for their commitment to beautifying Angleton, one yard at a time. 

Submissions can be done by clicking here

Fall and Spring Clean Ups COA

Litter Reduction & Prevention - CANCELLED

Spring Citywide Cleanup/Fall Sweep – annual clean up events held in April and October. Drop-off recycling of materials such as tires, batteries, and electronics is offered as well as paper shredding.

  • Facility: Angleton Junior High
  • Date: Saturday, April 18, 2020 
  • Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Fee: This is a FREE event!
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Arbor Day - CANCELLED

Calling all Angleton residents. Join us for our “Arbor Day Giveaway!” We will be giving away trees and butterfly seed balls (while supplies last). Proof of residency required. 

  • Facility: Angleton Recreation Center Plaza
  • Date: Friday, April 24, 2020
  • Time: 8:00 AM 
  • Fee: This is a FREE event to Angleton citizens only
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Butterfly Monarch Conservation Education

The Butterfly Encounter is a week long program at the Angleton Library, a branch of the Brazoria County Library System. Join them during the week of April 27 - May 2 for their own Butterfly Encounter. The interactive exhibit consists of a 10 x 10 screened shelter set up inside the library that contains butterflies provided by the Friends of the Brazoria National Wildlife Refuges. Milkweed plants provide a habitat for monarch caterpillars enabling people to observe their life cycle from larva to butterfly. Accompanied by staff, people may enter the shelter and interact with the butterflies. Children may put on glasses to experience “compound eyes” and flutter around the library in plush butterfly wings. Books and information about butterflies and butterfly gardening are available at the library for check out.

  • Facility: Brazoria County Library in Angleton
  • Date: Saturday, May 2 (Keep Angleton Beautiful Education session)
  • Time: 11:00 AM
  • Fee: This is a FREE event!
Green Series Seminar - COA

Green Series Seminar

Join us monthly during 2020 for best practices in home garden development and management. The seminars will be instructed by Brazoria County AgriLife Horticulture Agent, Stephen Brueggerhoff and Brazoria County Master Gardener experts.

  • Facility: Angleton Recreation Center Room 2
  • Dates: 
    • February 11 - Preparing Garden Beds & Lawns
    • March 10 - Spring Vegetable Gardening
    • April 14 - Herbs
    • May 12 - Soil/Composting
    • June 9 - Water Conservation
    • July 14 - Propagation by seed
    • August 11 - Container Gardening
    • September 8 - Fall Vegetable Gardening
    • October 13 - Tree Planting & Care
  • Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Age:  18+ years
  • Fee: Seminars are free to the community however we do request that you preregister
  • Registration: Register at the Angleton Recreation Center or here

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