Keep Carter County Beautiful Upcoming 2024 Events
Keep Carter County Beautiful is working harder than ever to keep our county the natural wonder it is. We need all the volunteers we can get for our 2024 events. Please come back often to see the upcoming events. Let’s make 2024 our best year ever for volunteering. We would love to see a large turnout at every event. If you have an event, you would like Keep Carter County Beautiful to assist you with, please let us know.
Register for any of the above events by clicking on the button below and providing your name, email address and which event you are registering for.
Keep Carter County Beautiful and TDOT need your help!
We Need Volunteers!
Please join us for our Adopt-A-Highway Milligan Hwy Spring Cleanup
Saturday March 9, 2024 @ 10:00 AM
Calling all volunteers! Please come out and help restore the beauty of Milligan Highway. The roadside cleanup will be removing litter from Milligan Highway between Hwy 321 and Okolona Rd.
We will meet at Happy Valley Elementary School parking lot at 10:00 AM.
Dress appropriately! We will provide trash bags, grabbers, safety vests and gloves. Water will be available for those that need it.
This event complies with the TDOT safety guidelines. Please view the TDOT safety video below. A signed TDOT waiver must be filled out prior to participating. The waivers will be available at the event staging location at Happy Valley Elementary School parking lot.
A map to Happy Valley Elementary School is below:
Keep Carter County Beautiful 2024 Additional Proposed Events
|2024 Proposed KCCB Events
|Milligan Highway TDOT Adopt-A-Highway Cleanups
|4 Events Throughout 2024
|Carter County Wayfinding Sign Installation
|Carter County Stormwater Cleanup Events
|Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Event Information Booth, Recycling and Litter Pickup
|Summer and Fall 2024
|Highway 321 TDOT Cleanup
|Blevins Road Litter Pickup
|Watauga River Tire Removal at Blevins Rd.
|Tennessee Department of Transportation / Keep Tennessee Beautiful “No Trash November“
|TDOT Covered Load Tarp Giveaway
Please review the TDOT safety video “Adopt – A – Road” before attending events. Safety First! Stay Safe Out There!
Just some of the great volunteers who are making our beautiful East Tennessee a great place to live. Keep up the good work.