6 First Avenue
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Welcome to Keep Newnan Beautiful!
Keep Newnan Beautiful's mission is to educate, motivate and empower the individuals of Newnan, Georgia, to take greater responsibility for improving our local community environment through litter prevention, beautification, and waste reduction.
Keep Newnan Beautiful (KNB) is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and a local affiliate of Keep Georgia Beautiful. We are a non-profit organization that is working to inspire and educate individuals and our community towards greater environmental stewardship.
KNB 2015 Board Members: Tom Barron, Jack Homer, Connie Posey, Pamela Prange, Joan Crawford, Wendi Oldham, Leah Sumner, Michael Strickland, Tom Lukens, Linda Davis, and Matthew Bailey
To see our 2015 Goals and Objectives:
DID YOU KNOW?
In June 2015 the City of Newnan had 9189 active sanitation customers of which 3105 participated in recycling. 879.37 tons of mixed solid waste and 86.59 tons of recyclables were collected during the month of June.
Have a friend or neighbor in the city who doesn't recycle? Curbside is easy!
For more information click on the Recycling tab at the top of the page!
Unsure of the City's litter ordinance?
Water Quality Information
You may know it simply as a small creek running through the backyard. It may not consistently flow with water or even have a name, but headwater streams are where all of our nation’s iconic rivers begin.
A new graphic from the Environmental Protection Agency demonstrates just how reliant many of us are on them for some or all of our drinking water. Across the country, approximately 117 million Americans rely on small headwater streams at least in part for their drinking water supply.
Have questions about your local water quality? For more information:
KNB now offers Litter Free Event opportunities and information for schools! Interested?
Electronics Recycling and Document Shredding
Second Saturday of Every Month
369 West Highway 16, Newnan
Newnan's first Stream Restoration is looking good! Please drop by Ray Park to see the "Gro Soxx" lining the stream banks. We will offer water education classes this Fall for interested groups! For anyone interested in participating in the Adopt-A-Stream program for this portion of the stream please contact us at 770-253-8283 X1