Cape Coral Adopt-A-Road
Our Adoption Program is a partnership between Keep Lee County Beautiful, the City of Cape Coral and local residents. Through this free program, participants will adopt an area of Cape Coral and receive the training and materials necessary to host their own cleanups. CLICK HERE to submit an application.
Email Trish@klcb.org or call 239-334-3488 with any questions or for more information.
The Keep Lee County Beautiful Litter Hotline can be reached at 239-288-5639.
Become one of many volunteers that help keep our designated roadways clean throughout the year and continue to promote community awareness and pride.
Keep Lee County Beautiful, Inc. has adopted Daniels Road, in Fort Myers, from Freshman to Danley as part of it’s continuing effort to promote community awareness and pride. Many volunteers help to keep our designated roadways clean throughout the year.
If you or your organization would like to help us with a roadside cleanup please call the office at 239-533-9400.
This program is a great opportunity for individuals, groups and corporations to give back to their communities in a highly visible way. Through this free program, participants will adopt a stretch of Lee County shoreline and receive the training and materials necessary to host their own cleanups. Adoptions greatly enhance the appearance of our communities and go a long way in reducing litter and debris from entering our waterways and polluting the natural habitats of our native wildlife.
For more information and to find current groups or beaches that need adopting, CLICK HERE.
Community Improvement Projects
KLCB engages residents to be a part of our community improvement initiatives to create positive change and a lasting impact within our local communities. We work with community leaders and interested parties (churches/schools/businesses, etc.) to organize projects throughout Lee County. These community projects can include cleanups, Florida native species plantings and gardens, tree plantings, invasive species removals, and mulching. As these events are scheduled, they are added to our Events Calendar. If you are interested in hosting a service project for your organization, school, company, etc., please complete our Community Project Inquiry Form.
Community Service Programs
All the above programs are acceptable Volunteer Community Service creditable programs. Anyone 16 years or older required to do documented Volunteer Community Service hours must first check in with our office prior to performing volunteer time in the above programs. We can generally set up an individual Volunteer Community Service Program, designed according to their transportation limitations, physical capabilities and their available hours. These volunteer opportunities may include:
- Litter removal from a designated area
- Administrative office duties
- Assist staff in cleanup of equipment
- Working on a project with our Program Coordinator
Click Here to schedule your community service.
Environmental Stewardship Awards
Keep Lee County Beautiful hosts an Environmental Stewardship Awards Ceremony to recognize and reward notable efforts within the community to promote environmental stewardship and innovation through education and action.
Winners are selected by a volunteer panel of judges. More than one winner may be selected in each category and there may be categories in which winners are not selected. Nominations will be accepted through February 1, 2024.
To qualify, projects and activities must have occurred in the year 2023.
Click Here to nominate a member/business in our community.
Adopt-A-Highway - Drive It Home
Litter diminishes the aesthetics of the streets, roads, and highways throughout the state of Florida. It is distracting to the public, and can adversely affect the safety of driver, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Litter is often washed by rain into rivers, lakes, and other bodies of water, and can cause clogs in storm water drainage systems.
Click Here for more information about how to Keep our Paradise Litter-Free.
Are you passionate about protecting our environment and proud to call Lee County home? Become an Education Ambassador with Keep Lee County Beautiful and help establish the expectation to keep our home a place we are proud of. As an Education Ambassador you would participate in environmental education initiatives such as fairs and festivals.
Click Here for more information about becoming an Education Ambassador.
Leave the Scene Clean Art Contest
Help send a yearlong message to Lee County citizens by producing a drawing or painting on the theme of “Leave the Scene Clean”.
Click Here for more information about the art contest and rules for entry.
Recycling mines valuable materials out of garbage to make new products. That’s what makes it one of the oldest environmental practices and one of the most beneficial.
Click Here to view more information about recycling options in Lee County.
Keep Lee County Beautiful is passionate about cultivating future generations of environment stewards. We are excited to welcome students into our organization through a variety of programs. High School students can also join our Youth Advisory Council where they will assist the organization in accomplishing our mission while developing professional skills and observing the inner workings of the nonprofit sector. College and continuing education students can participate in our Internship Program. KLCB is looking for individuals who are passionate about engaging their community while spreading sustainable practices to join us as interns for a summer, fall, or spring semester, with opportunity to extend. There is a variety of positions available including Beautification, Environmental Conservation, Educational Programming, Event Preparation, Social Media and Grant Writing. Please contact us for more information on student involvement.
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Adopt-A-Spot is a cooperative partnership between the public/private sector and Lee County. It is a litter abatement and beautification program that provides community groups* tools and supplies to “adopt” and improve the appearance of specific locations in their community. Participants agree to perform four cleanups a year to remove litter and debris. Adoptions greatly enhance the appearance of our community and go a long way to reducing the debris from entering our waterways and polluting the natural habitats of our native wildlife.
*A group is defined as a business, a public or private school, or a civic, fraternal, community or religious organization
For more information and to find current groups, CLICK HERE.