About Us

Our Meetings

  • Open to the public
  • 3rd Monday of Every Other Month
  • 4-5 p.m.
  • High Point Public Library 
    901 N. Main Street
    High Point, NC 27262

We greatly appreciate having such a wonderful space to meet and discuss our agenda and greatly appreciate our friends at the library!

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We look to residents, government, businesses, and industries within the corporate limits of the City of High Point to implement and maintain the Keep High Point Beautiful chapter.

Major Programs

  • Great American Clean-Up: an annual litter cleanup event held in April. Volunteers throughout the city work together to clean-up litter along the roadways.
  • High Point Big Sweep: an annual litter cleanup event held  in October. Volunteers throughout the city work together to clean-up streams, rivers, ponds, and lakes of litter/debris.
  • Winter Wipeout: an annual litter cleanup event scheduled within the winter months while vegetation is dormant and allows for better view and easier access to litter that is not visible in warmer months of the year. The cleanup time frame is three weeks and allows for volunteers to choose when it is most convenient for them to clean up. 
  • Summer Trash Smash: an annual litter cleanup event held on the Saturday following National Night Out. Citizens are encouraged to beautify their property and neighborhood by removing litter. This effort is lead in partnership with the High Point Police Department who will be looking for participants to award gift cards for their efforts.
  • Flowers Powering Hope: an initiative that battles food insecurity through beautification. Participants bring non-perishable items for donation to a food bank in exchange for free flower bulbs to be planted around High Point.
  • Adopt-A-Stream: an ongoing program in which local groups can volunteer to regularly clean-up litter and debris from one of High Point's waterways.
  • Adopt-A-Street: a program in which citizen groups and businesses help adopt portions of streets by volunteering to keep them free of litter and debris through regular clean-up efforts.
  • Adopt-A-Spot: a program in which volunteers commit to cleaning a small section of an area that is in need of litter pickup on a regular basis.
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Current Board Members

Members of the KHPB Board are comprised of people from all different walks of life and backgrounds from within our community. Board members volunteer at events, organize initiatives and work hard to make a positive impact on our community through beautification, litter reduction and education.  

Robbie BakerCity of High Point-Stormwater
Lisa BarnesPinnacle Financial Partners
Ashley BrooksHome Depot
Kelsie BurgessCity of High Point-Stormwater
Tim ColemanHigh Point Resident
Rebecca CoplinCity of High Point-Environmental Svcs.
Sandy DunbeckCity of High Point-Economic Develop.
Ellen FosterHigh Point Resident
Laura GodinezYWCA - Latino Family Center
Flo GullicksonSouthwest High School 
Ronda HaileySouthside Neighborhood
Brett HigginsPyramid Enviro. & Engineering, P.C.
Emma MartoneHigh Point University
Amy McBrideCity of High Point- Planning & Development
Terri MillardImmaculate Heart of Mary
JoAnn OwingsMidweek Garden Club
Andy PiperCity of High Point-Planning & Development

Youth Advisory Council Members

The KHPB Youth Advisory Council is designed to provide High School aged community members with practical skill building in leadership, team building, networking and event planning while becoming a more active part of our community through participation on the board of Keep High Point Beautiful and all of our events and programs. Current members are:

Sade AnjorinHigh Point Central High School
Nayani AnnamalaiEarly College at Guilford
Patama BeHigh Point Central High School
Phoebe ClutterSouthwest Guilford
Nishitha DanielEarly College at Guilford
Hadassah EvansHigh Point Central High School
Joshua Beluci LugoNorth Carolina Leadership Academy
Wenda McLaurinNorth Carolina Leadership Academy
Cole RoddenWestern Guilford AP Capstone
Caroline SweatNorth Carolina Leadership Academy
Aaliya VaricchioSTEM Early College at NC A&T