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ABOUT

Mission: We will inspire the community to be environmentally engaged by providing education, resources, green initiatives and beautification opportunities. 

Vision:  Hutto is the most environmentally sustainable community in Texas. 

Marjorie Blake, Chair

Charlene Martindale, Secretary

Debbie Holland

Jim Morris

Debbie Jo McPherson

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OVERVIEW

Keep Hutto Beautiful (KHB) is dedicated to the beautification and sustainability of the Hutto Community. Our mission is to inspire the community to be environmentally engaged by providing education, resources, green initiatives and beautification opportunities.

 

We are committed to creating strong and meaningful partnerships throughout the greater Hutto area that include the City of Hutto, Hutto ISD, East Williamson County Higher Education Center, and the Hutto Area Chamber of Commerce. Our devotion to providing volunteer opportunities within Hutto allows for collaboration opportunities with local businesses, churches, civic organizations, and nonprofits.

 

A clean community equals a safer community that encourages quality of life and economic development. As our programming continues to grow, so does our commitment to making a difference in Hutto.

 

The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization registered with the State of Texas. 

AFFILIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
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AWARDS AND ACCOLADES

2023 KTB Awards KHB Silver Star Affiliation

2023 Black Families of Hutto Awards KHB Certificate of Appreciation

2022 City Proclaims Keep Hutto Beautiful Day

 

2019 Keep Texas Beautiful Award of Excellence 

2019 2nd Place Governor's Community Achievement Award

2019 Monarch Watch Milkweed Grant Recipient 

2019 Congressional Recognition, Congressman John Carter

2019 Hutto Area Chamber Nonprofit of the Year

HISTORY

The Keep Hutto Beautiful Commission was originally formed in 2007 to “assist the City Council in establishing a Citywide policy for decreasing the amount of loose refuse in the City, enhancing and preserving the City's natural beauty, and encouraging the use of landscaping and the improvement of deteriorating features.” In 2012 the Keep Hutto Beautiful Foundation was formed with the intention of becoming the non-profit, standalone organization that the Keep Hutto Beautiful Commission could transform into. In November 2016, Keep Hutto Beautiful became a separate entity from the City.

The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization registered with the State of Texas. 

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