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About Keep Haralson Beautiful


Picking up litter in Haralson county has its obvious advantages: roads and properties are neat and clean, pests and rodents stay away. But the other benefits are harder to see - unless you look for them. Benefits such as a sense of community pride and accomplishment, getting to know your neighbors during projects, increased property values and increased safety. The list goes on. Click here to see our impact in Haralson County! So sign up to be a part of improving the lives of our families by clicking on an event in our calendar to view volunteer opportunities. See ya soon!



The BEST way to be involved? VOLUNTEER! One of our goals at Keep Haralson Beautiful is to provide opportunities for our citizens to be able to participate in our efforts. To that end, we make it easy to sign up for volunteer efforts. This gives you take active steps in our community to change our environment for our families and businesses. Volunteering happens on different levels by lending us your time, hands, ideas and support. 


To register to Volunteer, click on ANY EVENT on our EVENTS PAGE. This will take you to that event's page so you can see if a Volunteer is needed. We hope to see you there!

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Recycling Bottles

It's EASY to Download & Share!

An easy way to get involved with Keep Haralson Beautiful is to promote recycling in your OWN neighborhood!


We've created a


flyer that you can download and share

with friends, neighbors, classmates, officemates and local businesses to help get the word out. Feel free to make copies and post them or share it digitally!

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Follow & Share on Facebook!

A very convenient way to keep up with events happening is to follow us on social media. You'll be able to lend your voice to an issue that's important to you and your Community.


If your Friends and Family know you're participating, they're more likely to lend their support too!


For Your Information

Georgia Goes Green!

How To Recycle Household Chemicals

How E-Waste Gets Recycled

Urban Agriculture: What, How & Why?

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