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Keep Richmond Beautiful April 16th Spring Clean-Up a Huge Success.

Keep Richmond Beautiful and The City of Richmond partnered on the annual Spring Clean-Up on Saturday, April 16th. ProShred Security who provided the onsite document shredding at City Hall indicated approximately 16,000 pounds of documents were shredded. Also as part of the Spring Clean-Up, KRB volunteers cleaned-up […]

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Keep Richmond Beautiful’s Spring Clean-UP! April 16th

Keep Richmond Beautiful is partnering with the City of Richmond on the annual Spring Clean-Up on Saturday, April 16th. A “free” shredding event will be held at City Hall from 9 AM to 12 Noon. ID required. Bring your City of Richmond water bill stub for identification purposes. […]

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Keep Richmond Beautiful’s November 13th Beautification Project a Huge Success.

Keep Richmond Beautiful, partnering with the City of Richmond and the Fort Bend County Master Gardeners, landscaped the City of Richmond gateway entrance sign on Williams Way.  The gateway was landscaped with native Earth-Kind plants and a drip irrigation system was installed. The project was a community […]

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Keep Richmond Beautiful’s April 25th Spring Clean-Up a Huge Success.

The City of Richmond and Keep Richmond Beautiful partnered on the annual Spring Clean-Up on Saturday, April 25th.  ProShred Security who provided the onsite document shredding at City Hall indicated approximately 14,000 pounds of documents were shredded. The debris pickup scheduled at the Newton Street Dip was […]

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Keep Richmond Beautiful – SPRING CLEAN-UP – April 25th

Keep Richmond Beautiful is excited about partnering with the City of Richmond on the annual Spring Clean-Up on Saturday, April 25th.   A “free” shredding event will be held at City Hall from 9 AM to 12 Noon.  ID required.  Bring your City of Richmond water bill […]

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Keep Richmond Beautiful’s Nov. 15th National Planting Day event was a huge success.

“National Planting Day celebrates the value and power of native species in restoring ecological balance to the environment while creating greener, more beautiful communities.” The park adjacent to Richmond City Hall was re-landscaped with native plants and the existing sprinkler system was converted to a drip system.   Partnering […]

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National Planting Day – Nov 15th

National Planting Day celebrates the value and power of native species in restoring ecological balance to the environment while creating greener, more beautiful communities. Join us Saturday, November 15th for our first Keep Richmond Beautiful event. Our project will involve a re-landscape of the park adjacent to […]

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