Keep Waveland Beautiful

Contact and Meeting

Co-Chairman and Secretary Bernie Cullen –
Co-Chairman and Treasurer Jim Meggett –

The meeting will be held quarterly on the second Wednesday of the month.

March 22, Big project, Great American Cleanup.
June 13, Plan Hwy. 90 and other main streets for cleanup and pruning
September 12, October events will be discussed, Coastal Cleanup and Waveland Trunk or Treat.
November 14, Meet and Greet with other local cities beautification groups.

Check this website for general cleanup days each quarter.

Current News

Keep Waveland Beautiful Annual Report to Aldermen August 2019

Palm Trees on the Beach – 

KWB has planted six palm trees on Waveland’s beaches. Three by Market St. and three by Bienville St. We have spent the small amount we had in our treasury and are looking for your help. We are asking for donations to help us plant more palm trees. Each tree costs $300.00 and we would like to plant them in groups of three. Waveland has twenty one more intersections on the beach. As we receive the money we will plant more trees. Any amount you can give will help.

Update on palm trees

KWB has planted 23 more palm trees. They are at the intersections of Dane, Sears, Farrar Ln., Lafitte, St. Joseph, Aiken Road and in front of St. Clare Church.

We still have 10 intersections to go. Please help KWB meet our goal.

You can email any of the officers listed above for information or mail your donation to:

Keep Waveland Beautiful
c/o Waveland City Hall
301 Coleman Ave.
Waveland, MS 39576

Thank you for your help and “Keep Waveland Beautiful.

Mission Statement

“To further the mission of Keep America and Keep Mississippi Beautiful by assisting the City of Waveland in its endeavors to maintain green space, establish anti-litter programs and coordinate volunteers for identified projects.”



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Keep Waveland Beautiful Block Captain Program

We want our city to be a place for people to visit and enjoy our beach and
community. Waveland has a rich history and resilient, friendly residents.
Our goal is for residents to volunteer for this Block Captain Program. This
program’s main goal is for a resident to sign up to maintain and keep litter-
free at least 300’ in front of their home and properties. We know many
people already do this and more to keep Waveland beautiful. On behalf of
all members of KWB, we thank you! We currently have over 50 block
captains and hope you will join us.
Fun fact Did you know Waveland has 117 miles of streets? KWB volunteers clean an average of 30 miles of city streets and beachfront weekly!

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