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Keep Prince William Beautiful

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4391 Ridgewood Center Drive Suite F Prince William VA 22192 USA


Organized in 1982 as a simple one-time spring cleanup campaign, Keep Prince William Beautiful quickly recognized the importance of education to long-term success and refocused its efforts toward prevention. The program is now a year-round comprehensive program dedicated to a cleaner and more prosperous Prince William community through litter prevention, environmental education and community involvement. The Council is a non-profit, operating under the leadership of an active volunteer Board of Directors. With the full support of county government and the active involvement of residents and businesses, the program is a community partnership for a cleaner, more informed, community. Educating citizens, developing a sense of cooperation, community pride and active citizen participation are vital elements of our efforts.


In 2012, KPWB programs removed over 87,236 pounds of litter from land and streets throughout Prince William County and educated over 2500 citizens about litter and recycling.

Target demographics:

the environment

Direct beneficiaries per year:

by inspiring over 4400 volunteers hours in Prince William County.

Geographic areas served:

all of Prince William County including Woodbridge, Dumfries, Manassas, Gainesville, and Haymarket


Beautification, Community Cleanup, Adopt-a-Spots, Shopping Center Surveys, Litter Surveys, and Environmental Outreach

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Rating: 5 stars  

I thoroughly enjoyed my internship at Keep Prince William Beautiful. I found my time to be very productive and a great learning experience. My responsibilities varied day by day, which included organizing community cleanups to attending seminars to educate the community about various topics (such as litter prevention and recycling). The staff at KPWB were wonderful to work with and I look forward to staying in touch with them, as I learned a lot of valuable insight from them.

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