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Director's Office: Community Outreach

Keep Montgomery County Clean and Green

The Keep Montgomery County Clean and Green (KMCCG) formerly known as Keep Montgomery County Beautiful (KMCB) program was started in 1983. It encompasses a series of initiatives designed to maintain the County's high quality environment, especially in connection with the Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT).

The KMCCG Task Force was a group of concerned residents who, during the mid 1980's, joined with the County government to develop beautification projects and anti-litter and recycling programs.   The Task Force functions were to educate and change citizen attitudes about littering; support cleanup and beautification projects; encourage citizens and businesses to extensively recycle; and improve awareness about graffiti in the community.

In past years the Task Force advised MCDOT on various beautification programs included the Beautification Grant, Storm Drain Marking program,  Adopt A Road (AAR) volunteer program, and creation of the  Adopt A Spot program.  Previous topics of discussion at the these meetings have included learning about  Maryland's Champion Tree program and other environmental issues; Department of Environmental Protection  Rainscape Program; FY17 budget planning, education and eradication activities of the   Graffiti Abatement Partners, Inc. (GRAB);   Regional Anti-Litter Campaign in addition to enforcing anti-litter laws and signage;  MC Litter Control legislation; creation of a Merchants Keeping Montgomery County Beautiful initiative;   Certified Green Business program; the  Alice Ferguson Foundation's Potomac Watershed Cleanup and other environmental issues to support the  Potomac River Watershed Treaty; the  Public School System’s Environmental Literacy and  Maryland's Green Schools programstree preservationChampion Tree program; expansion of County’s plastics  recycling programillegal signs enforcement and lawsSchool Energy Recycling Team program; collaboration on the Monthly AAR Communication eNewsletters; and organized the Beautification Awards Ceremony for the Landscape and Amateur Photography competitions.

What are the major  KMCCG  programs?

What other programs does  KMCCG  support?

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To report graffiti in Montgomery County call 301.607.4722 or email  kpaunil1@verizon.net - to request a magnet and form (shown below) email your address to:   mcdot.outreach@montgomerycountymd.gov

How can I learn more about  KMCCG ?

Information about participating in one or all the Keep Montgomery County Clean and Green programs please contact the program office at  mcdot.outreach@montgomerycountymd.gov or 240.777.7155.


If you have other questions or concerns email mcdot.outreach@montgomerycountymd.gov or call our hotline at 240-777-7155 (make sure to speak clearly when leaving a message).

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