Keep Mesquite Beautiful is excited to partner with the City of Mesquite's Clean City Initiative through the Adopt-A-Spot program.
What is the Adopt-A-Spot program?
The Adopt-A-Spot program provides opportunities for the whole community to help keep Mesquite litter-free by "adopting" a specific location and committing to keeping it clean. Locations can be adopted by any group, such as a business, church, neighborhood association, school, civic organization, or family. Groups adopting a location will receive a sign posted at their designated area.
How does the program work?
- Groups must adopt the location for 2 years.
- Conduct at least 6 clean-ups per year of the adopted area.
- The group leader must attend safety training prior to the first clean-up.
- Submit a follow-up report to the KMB Executive Director after each clean-up.
- Submit clean-up supply requests to KMB when necessary.
|Palos Verdes Lake Park||Hibbard/Soto Family|
|Beasley School Park||Richard Bard Chapter NSDAR|
|Range School Park||Mesquite Legends Youth Basketball Organization|
|Motley School Park||Sandoval Concrete, LLC|
|Kids Quest Park||Maxcie Taylor|
|Blackwood Park||Town East Estates Neighbors|
|Paschall Park||JHHS Environmental Helpers|
|McWhorter School Park||Vincent Greene Insurance|
|East Glen Greenbelt - Seminary Ridge||Mesquite Print House|
|East Glen Greenbelt - Smokey Mountain Trail||Mesquite Police Association|
|Clay Mathis Park||Rising Star Lodge #650 - Prince Hall Freemason|
|Brandy Station Park||Skywalkers (The Walker Family)|
|Town East Park||NextCare|
|Cannaday School Park||NextCare|
|City Lake Park||Creek Crossing Harvest Church|
|City Lake Park||Wildwood Baptist Church|
|Galloway Park||Bedford Galloway Elementary PTA|
|I-30 Frontage Road (Galloway-Northwest Drive)||Grand View Baptist Church|