Keep Pottsboro Beautiful

The Keep Pottsboro Beautiful (KPB) Commission was established by the Pottsboro City Council in March 2007 to improve the quality of life and the environment in and around Pottsboro.

The KPB consists of six members who are all volunteers living in Pottsboro or the surrounding area. Since being formed, The KPB has accomplished a number of beautification projects and has plans for many more.

Some of the completed projects include planting daffodil bulbs and trees at various locations around town; sponsoring a county wide Earth Day conference; assisted with the annual city wide cleanups; participates in the annual Texas Trash Off; picked up litter along the major transportation corridors, created a Frontage Property Recognition Award Program, a Demolition Assistance Program and assisted in the City’s recycling program.

The KPB provided the new “Welcome to Pottsboro” sign on the new SH 289 with the help of Texoma Trees. KPB also installed a sprinkler system and landscaping to the new gazebo in Friendship Park which was donated by Landmark Bank. Due to the efforts of the KPB, the City of Pottsboro has a residential curb-side recycling program.

The KPB has been an Affiliate member of the Keep Texas Beautiful since 2008. Anyone interested in participating in any of the Keep Pottsboro Beautiful activity or joining KPB should contact Pottsboro City Hall for more information.

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