Keep Chesterfield Beautiful

The Department of Community Enhancement’s Keep Chesterfield Beautiful (KCB) team is a Chesterfield County resource that is on a pro-active mission to serve, support and inspire a litter-free and attractive community. KCB works closely with volunteers, Community Enhancement inspectors, the Sheriff's Inmate Workforce and the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT).

For more information about the Keep Chesterfield Beautiful team or initiatives, contact Summer Benton or Calvin Vonada at 804-717-6136.

Community Anti-Litter Opportunities

View our Put Litter in its Place video to learn more about anti-litter opportunities.

  1. Adopt-a-Spot
  2. Community Cleanups
  3. Take Care of Your Square

Adopt-a-Spot Program

KCB team is looking for volunteers for their Adopt-A-Spot program. Organizations, businesses, individuals and volunteer groups are responsible for keeping certain areas litter-free. A spot may be a park, school grounds, libraries, parking lots, vacant lots, walkways, entry ways or any secured area. 

You can make a difference by taking ownership of just a small piece of Chesterfield County as your adopted spot. In 2021, Adopt-A-Spot volunteers picked up over 10,000 pounds of litter and debris across Chesterfield.

The county will provide garbage bags and reflective vests as needed. Help keep our community litter-free and adopt a spot today!

If you are interested in attending any of our volunteer opportunities, please contact Calvin Vonada or call 804-717-6136.

Community Anti-Litter Resources

Don't Trash Central Virginia Pledge
The Don't Trash Central Virginia Campaign unities localities in Central Virginia to fight against litter. Take action by taking the Don't Trash Central Virginia Pledge! Commit to helping keep Virginia litter free.

Great Virginia Greenup
Get caught in the act! Keep Virginia Beautiful wants to know about how you help to keep Virginia beautiful - how much of what you recovered on your pick up, how many trees planted and where, where did you clear a trail and remove invasive plants, etc. Reporting your efforts assists in planning, promoting and supporting ant-litter work across the state.

Donation Organizations and Resources

Please note that Chesterfield County does not endorse any of these organizations - these are only suggestions to assist with the donation of materials and vehicles.

Court-Mandated and Inmate Anti-Litter Programs

  1. Assign-a-Highway
  2. Sheriff's Inmate Workforce

Assign-a-Highway Program

Individuals who require court-mandated community service hours can participate in the Assign-A-Highway program, where a community service volunteer is assigned a designated area to pick up litter in Chesterfield County. Once the litter cleanup is complete, the KCB team checks the volunteer's work and documents the community services hours. In 2021, Assign-A-Highway participants completed over 5,500 community service hours and collected approximately 63,000 tons of litter and debris.

For more information about Assign-A-Highway, please call Community Enhancement at 804-717-6565.